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JANUARY 2020

 

 

TURN TO CHAPTER ONE TO READ ABOUT MY NEW NOVEL

PROLOGUE

CONTENTS   -  SCROLL DOWN FOR NEW FRONT PAGE FICTION

                                         'NO NEWS'

CHAPTER ONE     MEET THE AUTHOR

READ ABOUT MY NEW NOVEL AND OTHER BOOKS

https://www.ccsidewriter.co.uk/chapter-one-about-the-author/

CHAPTER TWO       COASTAL VIEWS

VISIT THE AUTHOR'S LOCAL AREA AND CATCH UP WITH THE LATEST SEASONAL SHOTS

    https://www.ccsidewriter.co.uk/chapter-two-coastal-views/

CHAPTER THREE      PICTURE GALLERY

JUST PICTURES  - FROM SCENIC TO STRANGE

 

https://www.ccsidewriter.co.uk/chapter-three-picture-gallery/

 

CHAPTER FOUR     TRAVEL

CHAPTER FIVE       BEACHWRITER'S BLOG

A REGULAR BLOG ABOUT PEOPLE AND PLACES ILLUSTRATED IN TECHNICOLOUR

https://www.ccsidewriter.co.uk/chapter-five-beach-writer-s-blog/

CHAPTER SIX         FICTION FOCUS

READ THE BACKGROUND TO MY NEW NOVEL

FOCUS ON TWO NOVELS AVAILABLE FOR 99 PENCE -

BRIEF ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND and QUARTER ACRE BLOCK 

PLUS  SHORT STORIES

https://www.ccsidewriter.co.uk/chapter-six-fiction-focus/

FRONT PAGE STORY

NO NEWS - WHAT IF THERE WAS NO NEWS, NO FRONT PAGE STORY?

Here are the news headlines.

 

At the international summit of newscasters it was unanimously decided to cease broadcasting news. This was in response to research that shows a constant diet of disasters and war has a detrimental effect on the mental health of individuals and the population as a whole. Experts also believe that constant attention to the behaviour of the worst world leaders and the narcissism of celebrities only encourages them.

And in other news…

 

Cleaners were called to aisle nine at a Sainsbury’s supermarket after an incident involving a customer and a large jar of pickled beetroot. Broken glass was found at the scene, but no injuries were reported.

 

A family of five were left to survive on pot noodles when their planed meal ended in disaster. Mrs. Smith was quoted as saying ‘The butter was already melting in the frying pan for the omelette when I suddenly realised I had forgotten to buy the eggs.’

 

A man was left penniless when his local cash machine would not dispense any money. He was forced to walk two hundred yards up the high street to the next machine.

 

Residents were evacuated safely from a two storey block of flats when a fire alarm was accidentally set off.

A passenger revealed the details of her nightmare journey when roadworks caused a traffic diversion. ‘I would have caught the number fifteen if I had known, I don’t usually get the number fifteen because it goes all round that estate where my sister used to live, though I used to get it when she did live there. Anyway, I got on the number fourteen outside Boots and low and behold I thought why are we turning here? I’m going to be late for the dentist… I started going to him in town as the ones round the corner were useless when I needed my root canal done. Five minutes late I was, though I needn’t have worried as the chap before me took extra time…

Work has been delayed yet again on a pensioner’s shed after his drill bit broke. Staff at his local B&Q saved the day by showing him to aisle 17b where he found the correct size.

 

The search continues for a five year old missing since Boxing Day. The white and tabby cat named Tibbles was last seen under the Christmas tree. His owner, who asked not to be named, said he had never gone missing before and blames herself for being away from her computer. ‘He usually drapes himself over the keyboard as soon as I sit down at my desk.’

 

Record numbers of shoppers did not attend the Boxing Day sales.

 

FOR FICTION OF ALL SORTS  TURN TO CHAPTER SIX

 

                 https://www.ccsidewriter.co.uk/chapter-six-fiction-focus

 

 

FIND  STORIES FROM FLASH FICTION TO NOVELAS IN

 

  'SOMEONE SOMEWHERE'

 

PREVIEW HERE

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EPILOGUE

GET IN TOUCH WITH THE AUTHOR            https://www.ccsidewriter.co.uk/epilogue/

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