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<p class="MsoNormal">I am happiest when I am ensconced in my &lsquo;sandbox&rsquo; writing. Merging the real world with a virtual version and coming up with new story lines. I began writing a series of short stories -&lsquo;Dating Dilemma&rsquo;s&rsquo; &ndash; tales about longing, lust, love and loss, which have broadened out into other relationships as well. <br /> <br /> So, if you have five minutes to spare, pull up a chair, grab a coffee or a mug of tea and read. They may make you laugh. They may make you smile. I pray they don't make you cry!<br /> <br /> I have a broad range of interests which means I get easily distracted. Like dashing off with my camera to take pictures rather than finish an earlier project! Or popping off to the coast, for a long brisk walk between Brighton and Hove. I can be quite nostalgic and have this sinking feeling that it's&hellip;</p>

Stories by kay beer

The words kept battering at the back of her teeth looking to escape. Standing in the middle of the front room wanting to shout out loud, “I...
Her dream life of living on the river was in tatters. Carol found herself sitting on the bulk head of the old empty barge wondering how it had all...
Bruce loved Mary. He idolized his wife. Nothing made him happier than feeling the warmth of her naked skin next to his. Married for almost...
Sitting alone in the Goring Hotel lounge it was patently obvious that he had been stood up by his date. Greg was baffled. Frustrated and mildly...
A marriage of convenience? Maybe not. She was petite with soft smooth skin that hid her true age and he was a tall ex rugby player, now a dairy...
Polly had not expected to bump into Adam at the local mini-supermarket; it had been an unexpected pleasure on the dull, damp, overcast Saturday...
Carl sat across the table from his mother, smiling at her, a reassuring look. He had dropped by unexpectedly to check up on her, on his way to...
“Hi Mum, you okay?” “Yes dear, fine,” Brenda was relived her mother sounded brighter. “I’m sorry Mum; I can...