August Blue: A short story

Charlie and his friends steal a boat, but years later, he remembers not the crime but the fear when, swimming, he knew he was going to drown. More

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Words: 9,050
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310189036
About Andrew Daws

Andrew Daws was born in Bury St Edmunds, England, in 1962. After studying architecture in London and Glasgow, he is a practicing architect and master planner working in New Delhi, India. His buildings designed for, and within several successful firms of architects, have won prestigious awards. Andrew is also an artist and occasionally exhibits in London and the UK.

His first novel, recently revised and re-titled 'Architects', follows the fortunes of two young architects in search of love and success, often with hilarious results. 'The Marble Boy', his next novel, combines travel and fiction, and describes the psychological journey of a young art master, fleeing from controversy and the loss of a loved one. Will travel resolve his difficulties, and will he ever find love again? The novel has been described as ‘lyrical, tender, and sexually exhilarating.’

Andrew also writes short stories. His first collection, ‘August Blue, tells disorienting tales of the sea and sea voyages. 'Between the Leaves' is a darker collection for the adult gay reader, spinning brutal and often erotic fantasies from small, real-life events.

He has also recently completed a draft of a new novel set in Israel, and is at work on a new work set in India, where he currently lives.

Andrew has traveled extensively, and is attracted in particular to the Mediterranean region, which is the subject of ‘The Marble Boy', the Middle East, India and the Far East.

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