Author has written 11 stories for General, and Historical.
UPDATE 26-09-2016. Blimey. Three years. More than three years. So much has happened; my writing has developed, I've matured (sort of) as a person, I've graduated, got a job, can drive (although again that is a matter of opinion.) I'm back with a two new worlds of characters that have been lovingly handcrafted by myself and someone very close to me, developed through role play and the trading of stories. I keep them all in a tree now because there's so many. All my old ones will still be on here, of course, but I hope to introduce you guys to something new too.
22. I am so old now.
Politics. It's all you need to know.
My little green car. His name is Kermit.
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As I am only just cranking back into life on here I'll update this in due course.
The new collection of stories I am reviving my profile with concern the generations of several select families between circa 1780 and 1960. Set in the echelons of Britain's social elite, and coupling historically-based high politics and diplomacy with the popular 'Downton' narrative of upstairs-downstairs, I hope to bring a more refined and sophisticated palette to Fictionpress with this new collection, which I will provisionally call The Imperial Collection
Please see below for my old collections of stories:
1: Tales of the Third Reich-Informally known as Keller-verse, this real-history collection concentrates on fictional characters and families during the time of Nazi Germany and World War Two.
2: The Windsor Saga-An alternate British royal history chronicling the marriage and reign of His Majesty King Edward VIII to Lady Alice Cavendish. Set from the roaring twenties to World War Two and beyond.
Feel free to view the stories within the collections below :)
Tales of the Third Reich
The Angel Waiting at Hell's Gate Current Status: Semi-Hiatus
Time Period: 1939-1945
Summary: The Head of one of Europe's most powerful and influential families, Oskar Keller is pulled into a world of horror and inhumanity during the Nazi Holocaust. He fights not just the madness of the Nazi leader who rip the family he loves from their very foundations, but also his own brilliant mind, which is fading fast after the sudden death of his beloved child. The Second World War will change him and his family forever, it will change the country he loves forever, and it will change the history of the world forever...
The Legend of the Lone Wolf (Previously The Lone Wolf) Current Status: On Hiatus
Summary: A lone wolf is far more dangerous than a pack one. Matthias Braun, loved by the Luftwaffe and feared by the Allied forces. His ruthless, viscous aerial assaults rarely result in anything but an Allied loss. Dishonest, terrifying, merciless, and oozing with arrogance and good-looks, Braun supposedly has it all. But he is a young man living on borrowed time; a curse of the blood ravages his insides. As Hitler's Reich and everything in it begins to collapse, Braun runs; from his country, his home, his family and from the terrible crimes he committed. He leaves what remains of his shattered friends and relatives to pick up the pieces. And as the story of the man known as The Lone Wolf passes into legend, his whereabouts are uncertain. A story that spans almost two decades, where the legend of such a renowned fighter is born, and then reborn again.
The Windsor Saga
The Ostrich Plume Years Current Status: In Progress
Time Period: 1926-1936
Before Edward and Alice became known as 'Edward & Alice' they were David and Lissy. TRH The Prince and Princess of Wales were the golden couple, ever since their indescribably extravagant wedding in 1926, and were the ultimate guests for every London, Paris and New York woman who dared call herself a hostess. They travelled the world, and the world followed them; to Washington where they dined with Presidents, to Alberta where they rode with Rockies and to Paris where they partied with playwrights. Edward & Alice are everything to everyone, and nobody could think that the smiles are anything but genuine. But there are two sides to every smile...the prequel to Edward & Alice, a richly detailed and gloriously gilded chronicling of Edward 'David' as Prince of Wales and Alice as his Princess.
Edward & Alice Current Status: Complete (34 Chapters)
Time Period: 1936-1939
It is January 1936, and as King George V lays dying, his eldest son, the Prince of Wales and his wife Alice prepare to become the new King and Queen and take on the biggest roles of their lives, he as the leader of one of the world's most powerful nations, and she as the country's model wife and mother.
Edward, known as David, is the black sheep of his family; with the sense of duty and propriety held by his parents, King George and Queen Mary, making way for the devil may care attitude to life of the rich playboy. But one thing always stops him in his quest for mischief; the gravitational pull of his wife, Alice. But Alice herself is not without demons; overprotective of her son, unable to love her daughter and with very few friends she has isolated herself from society and from the only man that ever truly loved her regardless of what she was or wasn't. David and Alice are so alike that they repel one another as two needy, manipulative, childish individuals ; a marriage crafted for dynastic purpose has yielded to David's affairs and Alice's seeming blindness to them. War in 1937 tears them in two and it is one tragic event which finalises the last chapter in their story. They will always know the other's secrets. But. in the end, history will always remember them as Edward & Alice.
The Soldier Current Status: In Progress
Time Period: 1911-1960
Rupert Brooke always writes about love; whether it be woven through the thirteen lines of a sonnet or trodden into the print of one of his epic poems. But he doesn't believe in it. That's until he sees a young sixteen-year-old performing the silent role of Helen of Troy at an amateur production of Dr. Faustus. The sixteen-year-old in question is Lady Helen Fairfax, the youngest daughter of the Duke of Craven. With a stubborn streak bordering on stupidity, a twitterpated Rupert makes the daring move from his rooms at Cambridge to a little complex of rooms above a pub in the village of Grassington; close to Lady Helen's stately home of Wilsden Park. His bullish determination means he eventually comes face to face with Helen, and professes a love that will not only be reciprocated, but which will last for decades.Even when they are parted for eternity by the arms of history.
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