John started writing shortly after the first goose provided, unwillingly, the first quill and can clearly recall his delight when Mr Johnson produced the first dictionary. Or more to the point, he's been writing for many years.
He specialises in tongue-in-the-cheek fiction with a penchant for the unusual - be that a typical person's quirks and foibles, or the more mysterious vagaries of life as it is or as it could be.
2015 has seen the publication of the first part of his tragicomic coming-of-age novel The Diary of Horace Wilt, alongside the quirky, cockney Charlie's Tale, a long novella told to the reader by the ageing Chaz Jones who one day found a ghost...
More new stories are scheduled for the coming months along with the concluding part of Horace's tall tale.