Seven Dwarfs: Stories to Commute By, Book 6

Seven more stories to Commute By (Or Have a Cuppa With): these are inspired (loosely) by the Seven Dwarfs of Snow White. Together they form a board of incompetent directors of a small company whose Chairman thinks they are a lot more powerful than reality would suggest. And he has this great idea. This is the last thing the Board members need. They all have worries that they do not want exposed. More

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About Wilma Hayes

'The Welsh Marches is an evocative place. Full of mystery, history, and tiny old houses, it leads easily into Wales - a perfect place to write and to set romantic novels with mysteries and crimes embedded in them.'

This is how Wilma summarises the inspiration for her four novels in the Welsh Marches series and the forty-nine short stories which follow and make up Sevens, Stories to Commute By.

Luckily for her, she was able to escape to this scenic area and begin to write. It is not a gift that many people are given, but with a tiny cottage of her own, an accompanying cottage garden and a husband who is handy with a computer and a coffee pot, the opportunity was too good to ignore.

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About the Series: Stories to Commute By (Or Have A Cuppa With)
Whoever thought that writing forty-nine short stories was a good idea needs to lie down in a dark room for a short while until it passes. That would be me, and I didn’t.

When I began these it seemed like an achievable task and the first set was quite good fun. It progressed from there and soon seven sets of Seven Short Stories became the goal. It was a long slog.

The stories are all of similar length and I thought that they would make nice stories for a commute taking 10 to 15 minutes each, so 2 in a 20 or 30 minute commute and so on. Or a short or longer tea break if you prefer! Naturally everyone reads at different rates, so these times are my best guess.

Some of the stories in each set are like chapters in a book, in that one logically follows the other; some are quite individual tales but with commonality. None of them follow the Seven theme too strictly, but stories are like that; they wander off piste from time to time.

Naturally, I like some stories better than others and I am sure you will too. But I hope that they will help your commute to work or give you a few minutes for a cuppa.

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