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Pirate - The barking Kookaburra

by Adrian Plitzco

Pirate is a lost baby kookaburra. He befriends a colourful bunch of dogs and a cat. His sense of fun turns their life upside down. But at the same time, the dogs' survival skills and the cat's wisdom take Pirate...



A Written Off Birthday Gift

by Lesley Truchet

A marvellous little story from those fab folk at



Professional Smile

by Andrew Campbell-Kearsey

A vaguely Olympic themed story brought to you by the none athletic folk at Enjoy x



Three Shades of Mucky Off-White: A Yorkshire Tale of Degradation and Lust

by M.M.Wake

A tribute to 50 Shades of Grey. Enjoy x

Growing Pains: New Pleasures VIII

by John D

This follows on directly from Growing Pains: New Pleasures VII. Andy goes to church to see Zoe, Abi is loud during their sex and Rhea finds herself up against someone she has hated for two years, but all is...



Growing Pains: New Pleasures VII

by John D

This story is the eleventh instalment of the “Growing Pains” universe: Rhea helps Abi to overcome a shock, Sarah’s dinner party is less than successful and Rhea has to take direct action against parental...



One Thousand Lollipops

by Emma Laybourn

Sam just loves sweet things. So when he wins a thousand giant rainbow lollipops, it's a dream come true. But very soon the dream turns into a disaster... A fast and funny chapter book for readers of 8 and over.

Cabbage, Strudel and Trams (An Introduction)

by Ivana Hruba

An almost biographical and definitely riotous tale of adolescence begun behind the Iron Curtain, continued in a West German refugee camp and coming to a glorious end in the land Down Under. Cabbage, Strudel...

The Whispering Tombs (A Quality Times Novella) (sample)

by Gayle Ramage

Meet Quality Times, just your average 21st century woman who happens to own a shrinkable time machine. Along on her intergalactic adventures is Tim, a self-confessed sci-fi geek who takes everything in his stride....




by Tommy Dakar

When Paul Kavanagh decided to castrate himself with a pair of sheepshears, he had no idea that he was unwittingly setting the balls in motion, and that the consequences would be devastating. Through humour,...

Him and Her

by Jean-Pierre Martinez

Comedy. Sketches. About the exiting adventure of living together.



The Illuminators

by Ray Daley

Every person thinks they have one good book in them. It is the job of The Illuminators to sort the good from the bad. Sometimes they are wrong. This is one example.



The Day We Joked About The Dead

by Ray Daley

Even after the dead have risen the living will try to carry on a normal existance. And try to laugh in the face of adversity. Where ever that's possible.



Nursery Crimes - Case 1

by Ray Daley

A sideways look at the real life of nursery rhyme characters, inspired in no small way by Robert Rankin.

Death Wears A Black Basque

by Ray Daley

A desperate man on the run from a shadowy past is caught by the one thing he feared above everything else. When faced with his fate will he go quietly?

Chick Magnet

by Kurt Ulmer

Being a chick magnet is fine as long as it doesn't get you into trouble. Albert had some serious explaining to do as things went awry.

A World Apart and other Stories

by Tommy Dakar

A collection of short stories, most of which have been chosen for publication in literary magazines.



Memoirs of a Bar Steward part 1: 14th-25th August: From the city to inside the Queens Legs

by The Bar Steward

Where did it all go wrong for 18 year old Jacob Cox? His family business has been blown up with all of his new customers in it and he doesn't know who is to blame. Was it his ex gangster mother, his debt ridden...



A Bunch of Battlers

by banjobear

Peter, Robyn and Billy live on a farm with their grandparents. They are a happy family. Tragedy strikes,the grandparents die, the Welfare take charge of the children. A distant relative in a a large city agrees...

First Bite

by Kurt Ulmer

Station Pier, Port Melbourne on a cold, wet early winter’s morning in 1962 is not a welcoming place. Meat pie! I must have a meat pie. And there was the sign: ‘Four ‘n Twenty’, the meat pie I must have....