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Peter Barns
Tales From The Cottage By Peter Barns
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Tales From The Cottage is a collection of Flash Fiction written by the author in 2012. The eighteen stories range in style from the macabre to the heart-rending. You'll never look at a robin, or a... More > bat, in quiet the same light again, and for certain, you'll check your facts before jumping from your office window. This collection is the perfect companion with which to curl up in front of a log fire.< Less
The Gastropoda Imperative By Peter Barns
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An experiment gone wrong places everyone in danger and Conal Mitchell is tasked with clearing it up, but five years later he realises that things were not as they seemed. Conal Mitchell, PA to one of... More > the world's richest men - Lyra Harrison, a city girl tasked with looking after her aunt's smallholding - Piers Booth, set on revenging his mother's death - five teenagers searching for a party. When they meet on Flat Rock Island, it becomes a race against time for survival.< Less
Cautionary Tales By Peter Barns
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A dark and humorous look at poetry, including what might happen if you pick your nose or don't cut your nails.
Hole By Peter Barns
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Collected poems 1970 to 2004
Love Is By Peter Barns
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Collected love poems 2010
Burnt Toast By Peter Barns
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Comic verse 2013. A selection of poetry written by Peter Barns
Tears By Peter Barns
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Tears is a collection of fourteen micropoems that have been paired with images taken from the Internet. The more recent popularity of “micropoetry” to describe poems of 140 characters in... More > length or shorter appears to stem from a separate coinage, as a portmanteau of “microblogging” and “poetry” in a notice on Identica on January 23, 2009, announcing the formation of a group for fans of poetry on that microblogging service.< Less
Peter's Twittclass By Peter Barns
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After reading a few quotes from famous people posted on Twitter, I decided to create and post some of my own. Unlike the other quotes, which were mainly serious or witty, my quotes tended to be... More > silly and humorous, and were posted as #Twittclass items. Reading through these posts sparked some ideas for nonsense verse and so this book was born. As the poems are short, Twittclass makes the ideal companion for those moments on the toilet when you have little else to do but stare at the wall opposite and dream what you'll do when you win the lottery. Good reading Peter Barns.< Less
Hobart at Home By Peter Barns
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Hobart is a pugnacious, yet lovable rogue, who manipulates his long suffering nephew into numerous tricky situations; including, hunting an ostrich with a smelly sock, visiting France in a home made... More > balloon, exploding the farm's best cow, and shooting the world's only homing pig. Hobart is the kind of man that you like to meet, but can't wait to walk away from. His home made philosophy is: “Everything's okay, so long as there's plenty 'o beer ter be drunk.” Recently, widowed, Hobart is on the look out for someone to cook, clean and tidy up for him, a point his nephew misses until it's far too late. Hobart is a forceful character with strong views, and woe betide anyone who disagrees with him. If you like a chuckle at people's misfortunes - you'll love Hobart at Home.< Less
Fire Rock By Peter Barns
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Boddaert's Magic portrays the unending struggle between good and evil, set in a world seldom visited by man. Boddaert's Realm is a world dominated by magic and the moon - a domain where the Prime... More > Mover holds the ultimate power. The struggle to gain control of Boddaert's Magic takes Darkburst on a long and dangerous journey to Migaro Lake, where he discovers the Circle of Claws. How could he know that allowing the Preceptor access to the relic would destroy them all?< Less