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International Lit Idol. Really.
I’m a critically-acclaimed Canadian literary novelist who’s best known for being crowned the world’s first Lit Idol at the London Book Fair in the UK. My work has been released independently and by HarperCollins. Although I got my big break in London, England, I live in London, Canada. That’s why I go by the moniker Not That London Writer.
A history teacher struggles to resolve his feelings towards his larger-than-life late wife, Helen, in order to salvage his relationship with their daughter.
An absent-minded man rushes home to the sickbed of his estranged mother, dogged by the legacy of a father who died in his 50s of dementia.
Creative morsels and other literary appetizers
It can be a bit of a wait between my novels. That’s why I release fresh content every month.
Readers who support me with a subscription on Patreon get access to a whole lot of material other people don’t see – for as little as $2 USD per month.
Twitter fiction. Famous book titles with one letter missing. Glimpses behind the scenes. Creative insights. Some of it’s thoughtful. Some of it’s just for fun.
Curious? Here are just a few samples.
A Glimpse Inside Tweet-Sized Tales
Old-School Twitter fiction.
Tiny stories, none longer than 140 characters. Fourteen in total.
Subscribe through Patreon and get a free copy of this special ebook as a welcome gift. Plus, you’ll get a new tiny tale from me every month.
And remember: your subscription goes directly to helping me write more novels.