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About Dale Parnell
Dale Parnell was born and raised in Norwich and has lived in Staffordshire for almost twenty years. He has been writing, in various forms, for most of his adult life and finds short stories the most enjoyable. His first collection, "The Green Cathedral" includes some of his oldest works along with more recent pieces. He finds inspiration comes most readily in ordinary, everyday moments - like long train journeys and walking to work.
In 2019 Dale released his first collection of poetry, "If I Were Not Me" and his second collection of short stories, "Bramble and other stories".
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Join us for a trip down Corona-Nation Street, with stories and poetry that are horrifying, haunting, hilarious, horny, heartfelt and hopeful.
All proceeds from the sale of this book will go to the NHS.
The people who live on Old Market Street have always taken the track for granted; an old decommissioned railway line that ran along the bottom of their gardens. But then one day, bramble vines start making their way through the gaps in their fences, and as one family discovers, this is just the beginning.
Bramble and other stories offers tales of ghosts, monsters and intergalactic refugees. Tales of technology just out of our reach and stories that show just how powerful an idea can be.
Bramble and other stories is the second short story collection by Dale Parnell.
Featuring the very finest of international talent.
212 poems, reflecting upon the darkness and light of life that exists within this world of ours. Poems of love, loss, mental anguish and hope that will certainly stimulate your emotions.
Let this book release your feelings through verse. Allow the words to set you free.
Proceeds from the sale of this book are being donated to MIND a leading UK mental health charity.
In ‘Rain’, the United Kingdom has been subjected to twenty years of continuous rainfall and one journalist thinks he has found the reason why. In ‘Photographs’ a young burglar takes on a mysterious group of people who have been stealing people’s personal belongings. And in ‘The Jewellery Box’ a lonely woman finds that a gift from a stranger has the power to change her life.
Seven stories, seven what ifs?
What if your house was haunted?
What if it never stopped raining?
What if a gift from a stranger could mend your broken heart?
What if we stopped talking to each other?
What if you met God?
What if babies really did grow under the gooseberry bush?
What if someone was stealing your photographs?