Grandma Stannard (and why you shouldn't annoy the neighbours)

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
“Trick or Treat?” said the boy, in an annoyingly sing-song voice.
“It's April,” said Grandma coldly.
“And?” offered the boy.
And so begins the worst afternoon Grandma Stannard has endured for a long time. A short story based (very loosely) on an old fairy tale More
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About Tracey Meredith

Tracey lives in the west of England and has done so for the last 30 years or so. She started writing to encourage her son to read something other than train magazines- the idea being that he would tell her what would happen next and then she would write it for him, ready to read at bed time. Yes, you're quite right- it never happened.. The unfinished manuscripts were found during a decorating session and determinedly finished over a four year period- four in all. Growned was the first one finished and edited. Others now published are The Angel in Towerhouse Wood and (as Beryl C Jones) a token Romantic adventure called A Foreign Land, which seems to have gone down quite well. Finding Richard was the last of the four to be published.
New stuff is on the way, and this time she is determined to finish it in less than 8 years. She has done the final edits to Barry & the Dinosaur King, which is released 6th April 2017. There are, as you will see, also a couple of free short stories on her Smashwords page. You can also read the first part of Barry at .

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Review by: Nick Nova on Aug. 4, 2017 :
Quite a unique story blending fantastical and modern elements. Almost reminds me of Jim Butcher or Gaiman.
(review of free book)
Review by: Mike White on April 4, 2016 :
This story is darkly hilarious. The character of Grandma Stannard is established very quickly and very effectively. The build-up to the climax of the story is done very well. The conclusion to the story is appropriate, and it still manages to surprise.
(review of free book)
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