Mia by Scott Andrews

Ladies, Gentleman and those of you in between I present to you my latest tale: Mia.  A story so short that it would struggle to climb aboard an ant.  Nonetheless, it is a story, and a story worth investing 5 minutes in.

Mia1Mia was born out of the realisation that sometimes it’s easier to be brutally honest within the boundaries of fiction than spelling it our directly.  Recently I found myself drawn to a topic again and again, and I never felt able to address it without my emotions getting the better of me.  Somehow I have managed to shoehorn them into a story which I hope will make each of you stop and think.

Without saying anymore I shall leave you with a teaser:

Mia, a troubled young woman is tired of the way her life is.  In the blink of an eye she is swept into a moment which changes the course of her life and has serious implications for her future.  If only someone would come to her rescue.  Unluckily for her, Nobody did.

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Watt The Fu…

Recently I have been busier than a rather busy bee.  Between a trip to England for a quite lovely family wedding, and a forthcoming trip to Amsterdam, I have been somewhat snowed under with humdrum normal life stuff which means all else has taken a backseat.  Duller than dishwater, I know.

Whilst I was in England I was talking to people about my different projects and was surprised by how many people haven’t read ‘All Hallows’ Eve’.  When I enquired as to why they are such terrible friends, who clearly deserve some part of painful genital amputation by way of a rusty spoon, I found myself hearing the same defence.  ‘I don’t have an eReader’.  ‘I don’t have a kindle app’.  If I am honest I was shocked to hear that so many people under the age of 35 are technologically hopeless.  The laboured point I am closing in on is the fact that I listened, and I have found a solution.  I have uploaded ‘All Hallows’ Eve’ to a website called Wattpad where you can read it for free.  You don’t need an account, you don’t need to sign up for anything, you only need to click on this link and get reading.

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