Tag Archives: Alfie Dog Fiction

3am and Wide Awake

by Sarah England A thriller, or horror, story is not at the top of my list when it comes to reading matter, as it typifies, for me, a precursor to relentless nightmares and escorted trips to the loo in the … Continue reading

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Thrice Upon A Time

Thrice Upon A Time is not only the title of this compilation of eighteen fairy tales specially reimagined for adults, but the first story in this collection. Published by Alfie Dog Fiction and featuring an eclectic group of authors, the stories … Continue reading

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Stuffed Robins Don’t Fly

by Gill McKinlay Stuffed Robins Don’t Fly is a collection of easy-to-read short stories that can be absorbed in one sitting on a lazy day, or dipped into periodically whilst enjoying a break for coffee. The subject matter involves the every … Continue reading

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Lovers Take Up Less Space – An Alphabet Guide To The Tube

by Rosemary J.Kind Lovers Take Up Less Space – An Alphabet Guide To The Tube is more than just an amusing look at the London Underground; it is a comprehensive companion to conduct the unfamiliar passenger through every nuance of … Continue reading

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Essence of Humour – 17 Short Stories

Yesterday, I received an email asking if I’d like to join the Alfie Dog Fiction Reader Panel. The panel is restricted to twelve people (with any other interested parties held on a waiting list) and as a member I would … Continue reading

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