I am a writer, photographer and carpenter from London. What this means in practice is that I have taken some snaps of weddings and sports teams, built a treehouse that did not fall down in the winter storms, and I have three books to my name so far, and three stories in anthologies.
My novella Like Clockwork is a steampunk, mystery, anti-romance.
Image and Other Stories is a collection of seven short stories on love, loss and the haunting nature of bad decisions.
Hajj - My Pilgrimage is a western eye travelogue recalling my trip to Mecca in 2011. It was a journey marked by political strife, moments of comedy and tragedy, and a remarkable epiphany.
Mad Scientist Journal has published a couple of my stories: The Fitting In anthology includes my love letter to London: An Absolute Amount of Sadness and the Utter Fabrication anthology includes my ghost story: The Girl Who Gives Me Sunsets.
My longish short story Désolé Habibti is in the On Fire anthology from Transmundane Press.
There are links, excerpts, readings and free stories linked from my author site:
You can find out what I have been up to on my blog: