… yeez like short stories with a twist of humour?… here’s yer man… Author Alan Brindley…

Intriguing intro to this short story. I’d like to read the rest.

Seumas Gallacher

…Author, Alan Brindley’s first short story sortie on to the Great God Amazon Kindleis up and running… have a look… :


Alan was born in Walsall, West Midlands but has also lived in Sheffield, Dudley and Wolverhampton. He currently lives in Rugby Warwickshire.He began writing at an early age and would often spend hours writing stories and songs. Enid Blyton, Roald Dahl and Susan Townsend were early inspirations and Alan would often attempt to imitate their work as a child.After reading a number of Simon Kernick stories in his 20’s Alan began to consider taking up serious writing. 

Finally in 2015 after a number of abandoned projects he completed his first short story ‘Nigel’s Luck’ and it was published on the amazon kindle in June.

Alan loves to read thrillers and cites Simon Kernick, Mark Billingham, Stephen Edger, Chris Carter and Oliver Stark as his influences…

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This is so beautifully worded. Jesus is our role model and the perfecter of our faith. Scripture tells us to have the mind of Christ, not another human being. We are admonished to follow the Holy Spirit, our leader and guide into all truth (not philosophy and science that discredit God)

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If we could have achieved perfection on our own, we wouldn’t have needed Jesus. – Jennifer Dukes Lee

We work so hard to have perfection in every area of our lives. Yet, whose perfection are we working to achieve? Is it the perfection of the Pinterest mom? Do you feel the need to be extra crafty, a perfect, DIY gal, making all the cute little cupcakes and crafts for the party? Is it the homeschool supermom who knows exactly what her child needs in every subject and on every lesson? Is it the grill perfect dad, knowing just when to turn that perfect steak, when to add that very last seasoning to make the meal of a lifetime for all your friends to drool?

Or maybe it’s that perfect businessman, knowing exactly when to press in for the deal and when to walk away, leaving them begging for more? Maybe…

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