These are my publications so far, in reverse order:

Train Trouble is my short story in the Dark Paris charity anthology published by Darkstroke on 31st December, 2021.

STYLE AND THE SOLITARY, published by Darkstroke on 26th April, 2021. This is a murder mystery set in Jerusalem.

A poem, The Palm, was published in the collection: Verdant by Truth Serum in July 2020. Available from Truth Serum Press.

Dark London, Volumes One and Two

Gruesome in Golders Green was published in Volume One of the two-volume charity anthology: Dark London by Darkstroke in the summer of 2020. Links: Volume One and Volume Two.

Cultivating a Fuji - Front Cover

Cultivating a Fuji, originally published by Crooked Cat Books in May, 2019, is now available from Amazon. It’s a novel about a guy who’s not quite like other guys. You might even call him a weirdo. Don’t worry – you won’t be alone in that.

Social Anxiety Revealed by Miriam Drori

Social Anxiety Revealed, originally published by Crooked Cat Books in 2017, is now available from Smashwords. It is non-fiction and contains quotes from numerous anonymous contributors. It’s intended for people with and without social anxiety, including teachers, parents, family, friends and colleagues.


The Women Friends: Selina published on 1st December, 2016 by Crooked Cat Publishing. Currently unavailable. This is the first of a series of novellas written in conjunction with the author Emma Rose Millar. More information about The Women Friends and its historical and geographical settings can be found here.

Neither Here Nor There, my romance with a difference, published in 2014 by Crooked Cat Publishing. Listen to Chapter 1. Currently unavailable.

Yad Vashem

The View from Heaven, a short story published on Morgen Bailey’s Writing Blog (March, 2014). Podcasted on 27/4/14.

Three six-word stories published on Morgen Bailey’s Writing Blog. Podcasted on 22/3/14.

Reflections in Watercolour. One of 21 stories in the anthology: Hitler Did It, published (2013) by Stringybark Publishing. The book has nothing to do with Hitler or the Holocaust.


Who Sees the Light? Published (May, 2011) in the charity anthology: 100 Stories for Queensland, available from or uk.

No Middle. A meta-story published online on Metazen, no longer there, but you can read it here.

One Thing Leads to Another. Published online (October, 2009) on Metazen, but no longer available.

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