The Cupboard - seven unusual short stories for free

Charles Harris has had many short stories published in magazines and anthologies in the UK and abroad, as Charles or Charlie Harris or on occasion under a pen name. His short stories ‘Cash Card’ and ‘Left’ were shortlisted for the Ian St James Awards and published in Acclaim magazine.

New: The Cupboard – a brand new collection of seven unusual short stories – currently available for free download – for a limited period.

The seven stories in this short collection are brimming with off-beat invention, wry humour, compassion and the possibilities of life.

Award-winning film-maker Charles Harris brings his razor-sharp eye and the effortless control of a master storyteller to pack a novel’s worth of plot into a page. Click here to download for free.

Turning Points: Crowd-Writing: The Amazing True Adventures of Totally Normal People

Charles’ stories in Anthologies

New: The Road South‘ – 2016 – published in Turning Points: Crowd-Writing: The Amazing True Adventures of Totally Normal People (edited by Shelley Katz)What was supposed to be the holiday of a lifetime teaches an unexpected lesson.

Tangerine Dream’ – published in Paper Clips (New Fiction) – is a wry and touching snapshot of a single mother, and feelings for her toddler son and her new pregnancy.

The Snow Fell’ finds a separated father trying nervously to build a new relationship with his young daughter. It was published by New Fiction in Shorts from Greater London.

Paper Clips, short stories from writers from London Shorts from Greater London
‘Tangerine Dream’

in Paper Clips

 

‘The Snow Fell’

in Shorts from Greater London

 

 

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