Am fae Glesga (I'm from Glasgow) so talking and understanding Glaswegian is the easiest thing in the world for me even though I've not stayed in Glasgow for over thirty years. Understanding the... More > Glaswegian accent and reading Glaswegian isn't easy. Especially if you are an alien, foreigner or one of they English. All the conversation parts in my stories are in Glaswegian. I hope by the time you've worked your way through them you'll at least be able to understand Glaswegian. Maybe even speak like a Glaswegian. Now isn't that quite a scary thought. My friend Mechie has read my stories and understands them and she's English. But don't hold that against her. More of Mechie later. Like a lot of Glaswegians I know, I swear. It's just part of my language and not meant to upset or offend anyone. I am also sarcastic and quick witted, I fucking am. Shite I've started swearing already. I hope you enjoy my wee stories. If you're a Glaswegian I hope they bring back some happy memories.< Less
‘Watch where you’re putting your feet,’ cried Jasmine which was followed by, ‘Don’t you dare push me like that,’ from Rhianne.
‘Ouch! Who pulled my... More > hair?’ moaned Lisa.
‘I never touched your hair, it wasn’t me,’ yelled Tia.
‘And I wouldn’t touch it with a ten foot bargepole,’ said Ashleigh just before she was pushed aside as easy as a hot knife would slice through butter and Taylor added to the mayhem by screaming, ‘Stop tickling me or I’ll be sick.’
But the loudest cries came from Matilda whose high pitch screeches almost broke the sound barrier.
Who was the mysterious stranger on the train and why would he want to steal an iPod with nursery rhymes on it?< Less
One eyed Patrick Plook and his trusty co-pilot Wilfred Wart are two intergalactic anti-terrorist agents of Scottish descent sent back in time to retrieve The Destiny Diamond stolen by the Yellow... More > Terabytes. Can Michele and Michael help them recover the stone, if indeed that's what it really is, they so desperately seek, or will The Master be triumphant.< Less
Jimmy scored the winning goal in an inter-city boys club cup final played at The Mighty Belfast Celtic's ground but why was he transported back in time and will he be able to return home to fulfil... More > his dream.< Less
‘Hello, please don’t be afraid but I’m not really a frog and if that young lady over there would care to give me a small peck on the cheek then... More > I’ll…….’
Find out what happens next in the second book of
James and...... stories.< Less
'You're blue, why are you blue?' asked Katie, 'female Easter Bunnies aren't supposed to be blue and why do you have, of all things, a green nose and a pink tail, did someone paint them on you for a... More > laugh?'
Find out what happens next in the fifth book of the James and stories.< Less