Monthly Archives: July 2010

It’s All Gone A Bit French

The English middle classes are in love with France. They eat the food, buy the houses and live the French life, until they get wind of how much it’s costing them. I did, too – but shedding my French connections has been, to put in mildly, a pain in the bum. French bureaucracy makes the […]

Whose Idea Is It Anyway?

A few years ago I wrote a story called ‘Emotional Response’ for my collection ‘Demonized’. It broke ranks with the other stories, which were mostly dark tales of vengeance, and instead presented a rom-com about a woman who was dating the wrong man, so in order to prove the point, her friends hired a girl […]