Book Review – Waiting in the Wings and other diversions by Douglas O´Shea

July 26, 2013

This is a second collection of stories by an expert raconteur.  This time he has included a couple of clever poems.  The stories and poems are light and provide entertaining reading.  They are ideal for anyone wishing to while away the odd ten or fifteen minutes as they can be dipped in and out of at any spare moment.  Give them a try and you will not be disappointed.

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Waiting in the Wings and other Diversions by Douglas O’Shea is available in the Kindle Store

www.amazon.co.uk/kindlebooks

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Privacy Perspectives

September 7, 2010

Consult Hyperion and The Woking Writers Circle have put together a range of remarkable short stories and poems as part of the VOME project (Visualisation and Other Methods of expression) to illustrate ways privacy is treated in modern life.

The project shows how creative writing can be used to describe the fears that surround the way we use today’s technology to communicate.  It is funded by the Technology Strategy board with the aim of encouraging individuals to express their own expectations, experiences and concerns.

The poems and stories are edited by Margret Ford and published by Mastodon Press (http://mastodonpress.com) ISBN 9780955739064.  Copies can be obtained from the publisher or via The Woking Writers Circle (http://www.wokingwriterscircle.org.uk)