Tag: grief

Dog Days by Ericka Waller

George is very angry. His wife has upped and died on him, and all he wants to do is sit in his underpants and shout at the cricket. The last thing he needs is his cake-baking neighbour Betty trying to rescue him. And then there’s the dog, a dachshund puppy called Poppy. George doesn’t want a dog – he wants a fight. #DogDays @ErickaWaller1 … Read More Dog Days by Ericka Waller

Girl in the Walls by AJ Gnuse

’Those who live in the walls must adjust, must twist themselves around in their home,stretching themselves until they’re as thin as air. Not everyone can do what they can.But soon enough, they can’t help themselves. Signs of their presence remain in a house.Eventually, every hidden thing is found.’ Elise knows every inch of the house. She knows which boards will creak. She knows where … Read More Girl in the Walls by AJ Gnuse

If She Dies by Erik Therme

Nine months ago, Tess’s five-year-old daughter was killed in a car accident. The driver, Brady Becker, was sentenced to two years in prison. It didn’t make Tess’s pain go away. #IfSheDies @ErikTherme @damppebbles #damppebblesblogtours Facebook @damppebblesblogtours  Brady also has a daughter: A twelve-year-old named Eve who walks to Chandler Elementary School every day. Tess knows this because she’s been watching Eve for the last three weeks. It … Read More If She Dies by Erik Therme

Lost Property by Helen Paris

Dot Watson has lost her way. Twelve years ago her life veered off course, and the guilt over what happened still haunts her. Before then she was living in Paris, forging an exciting career; now her time is spent visiting her mother’s care home, fielding interfering calls from her sister and working at the London Transport Lost Property office, diligently cataloguing items as misplaced … Read More Lost Property by Helen Paris

Self Centre by Cat on a Piano Productions / Theatrephonic

Not all angels are from heaven. You arrive for your first class at the Self Centre. The receptionist (who you spoke to on the phone earlier in the week) seems to say ‘fabulous’ to everything you say, even if it isn’t – fabulous that is. She’s also somewhat condescending, especially if you’re old and want to pay cash or cheque. She even offers to … Read More Self Centre by Cat on a Piano Productions / Theatrephonic