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About Tim Robson
Mostly writing short stories these days. They appear online or in book format, in high priced dust jackets or on my website www.timrobson.eu
Some thoughts on Franco's Fiesta:-
The novel was handwritten and then edited into my laptop. Parts of it were written in a village outside Valencia which is the area where the action takes place. If you close your eyes and imagine the slightly spicy aroma of wild fennel, a soft breeze running through the citrus groves and a hot sun burning down, then you're in Franco's Fiesta territory.
Whilst there are Burton and Taylor similarities in my main characters, I've used the concept of a celebrity couple in 1970 as the starting point, not as a facsimile. The characters are created with love, not malice, and I hope fans of Dick n' Liz will enjoy this tale.
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Ash, fear, moments of reconciliation; darkness, hope, moments of regret. What will the Apocalypse bring for you?
Apocalypse Chronicles brings together stories, memories, and endings. Woven together by their collective experience, each tale offers a unique and harrowing understanding of what the Apocalypse will mean for their world. Families, worlds, futures and pasts are explored in this unique anthology that brings together fiction from authors from across the globe.
Bear witness to the end of the world as you know it; but will you know how it will end?
Apocalypse Chronicles features the following stories:
The Rosebud by Paul Dawson
In the absence of light and electricity, the world has suddenly fallen to darkness. Not even the stars or the moon can be seen in the sky from the top of an office building. Harry has to decide whether to stay put with his fellow colleagues, or to follow Jacob into the unknown.
The Library by Adam Kirton
An ancient relic living in a bleak future, the Librarian, a grizzled suvivalist, must tend to his dying brother and his precious collection, fending off the horrors of the Wilds and the Old City.
Hope by Lydia Sherrer
A dark fantasy slant on a post-apocalyptic future where the rules of the jungle are truly “eat or be eaten”.
What Remains by Joanne Marjoribanks
Hours before the world is consumed by nuclear warfare, a young woman returns to a cherished place of her childhood and finds an unlikely companion.
Evlyn by Kevin Horsley
Twenty five years after a war that has devastated the human population, one young woman, having grown up in its wake fighting for survival, needs to find hope of a future or at least something to live for.
Crossing by Benjamin Abbott
A veteran survivor of the evacuation of Europe recounts one of his toughest days to a young interviewer.
Bring-your-kid-to-work Day by David J. Wing
When you choose to take your kid to work, it's best if he's not a little pain in the neck and you don't work at a nuclear missile silo.
Unearthed by Ben Wilmshurst
The final recorded messages from the International Space Station as Commander Michael King witnesses the destruction of humanity.
Pillar of Salt by Alison McBain
Scientists discover that the Earth has undergone a nuclear apocalypse in the future - or was it in the past?
...and may more, including:
Broken by Kasim
Human Denature by Daniel Takyi
Everything Old by Andrew Wilmot
The Blue Death by Steven Green
Enjoy the Pock-o-lips by Andrew Murray Aikman
To Elpis by David Kerr
Something to tell Jessie by John Lilley
Warring Hollywood couple William Roberts and Marta Swift are in Valencia to make a movie financed by the regime. Film, fiesta and fascism collide in this story about the end of more than one era.
Be careful who you trust.
"William regarded the exit of his wife with equanimity; after seven years of marriage, their fights were as legendary as their pay cheques. She was foul mouthed to his scrupulous articulation. He was rugged to her beauty. They were total opposites but conspired to play along with the world's need for romance."