Available as an ebook on Amazon. Heaven and Hell, and In-Between Brinkinfield's first foray into the world of Amazon, a short story of 5,357 words split into three sections and an epilogue. This work heralds the very first introduction of Gregor Samson, a character seen in development here and set to star in a series… Continue reading Heaven and Hell, and In-Between
Chloe and Emily have been friends for nearly three years, they flat share, both work for the university, and share the journey into work - in Emily's car. Chloe isn't a morning person, but Emily has gotten used to that. “… so, what I am saying is this, that by observing ants closely, you’ll see… Continue reading rush hour conversation
Section 1Stood in his narrow kitchen, staring vacantly at the blister pack held between his fingers and thumb, the new pills - Johnson concluded, simply weren't working. Like the ones he'd been placed on before, and the one's before the one's before. The same as always, his deep depression, chronic introversion and social anxiety paralysed… Continue reading the joy of song (short story 3,443 words)
Warning: this short story contains some swear words, implied nudity and chauvinistic 'pigotry', all deemed as essential to the plot. "Finally, what took you so long? It's a bit late to still be lazing around in bed. Here, take the bloody parcel, I've got a shed-load to get through this morning and I'm falling behind… Continue reading what did you just say? (short story 1,865 words)
So I knew Su, we were kinda friends. We'd met as members of a group of people who got together in a cafe twice a month. We were writers, we weren't professional, fully fledged writers, but Su and I were two people writing stories and poems who sometimes thought to compare ourselves to writers. With a… Continue reading Su, ‘nam, me.
A short burst of escaping pressurised air caused his closed eyelids to lighten, lift, fall shut and re-open. Three blurry impressions of the outside came inside: a white ceiling, a monitor emitting a pulsing tone and an hourglass figure dressed in light blue standing nearby. A voice reverberated inside his ears, words initially overlapping each other,… Continue reading space time communion
"Basically," Sue said to Hannah, "computer simulation theory is split into three separate suppositions." Hannah, sitting opposite Sue, stared into a space, her attention drifting. A gingham patterned tablecloth, wooden chair and contrasting coloured floor tiles blurred together, swirling in a clockwise direction. Taking hold of the teaspoon in her coffee cup, she stirred the… Continue reading more than two