Hi everyone. It's world book day on the 4th March so, here's a freebie short story for your little bookworms!
It's all about a rather grumpy tooth fairy called Bob who has to save us from his brother, Rex, who likes to eat people.
Click in the image to read
My latest e-book science fiction adventure, 'The Ninth Dimension', is on offer for only 99p during the first week of February (or free if you have Kindle Unlimited).
What's it about?
The Ninth Dimension (11+) by T.S. Bryan. What if there is more than one Earth? What if there is a link in space and time that joins every solar system in the cosmos?
When Jamie Lock is disturbed by his dog at 3AM, little did he know he would soon find himself transported to the third planet of another dimension, a world where everyone is accounted for twenty-four hours a day. Tamaya, a young mature girl, is on a quest to find her lost uncle and, Jamie, still in pyjamas and projected into her world, has no choice but to tag along in a place where the Stature can watch your every move and know your emotions at the touch of a button. With twenty-four hours to wait before she can take him home, and neither having chip implants to say who they are, they must outwit authority if they are going to succeed in finding her uncle without changing the parallel lines of time that would stop Jamie existing at all.
Well, it’s been impossible to get out and about to read at venues this year so, on the run up to Christmas, I am going to come to you through social media.
Starting on Sunday 6th of December and every Sat/Sun up until Christmas Eve, I am going to read my latest Christmas story, ‘The Shrinking Christmas’, on Facebook with each part (six in total) posted as near to 10AM as possible. Unless of course, I’m having a lazy morning in the Land of Nod…
This magical story is about an elf called Isabella, a miniature garden railway that comes to life, and a young boy called Nathan who is shrunk and drawn into a Christmas world.
You can read the first chapter by downloading a free sample of the book to your kindle reader, or just click on the ‘look inside’ tab on the Amazon page.
There are lots of short stories for all ages to read right here on my website too.
So, you’ll see me, adorned in my elf hat on Sunday.
and that means it's time for some mythical magic with a new Children's story
by yours truly, T.S. Bryan.
Bunny and the Missing Chocolate.
So, click on the picture to enter the Land of Myth.
Time for another free short story
This ones for kiddles. It's all about a magical Grandad and, in the first of a number of stories planned, this tale tells a story of Hugo and Lily going on a trip to Mars in a magical spaceship.
Click on the image below to go there.
Happy reading! T.S. Bryan
Well, here I am at the Chester Literature Festival reading 'The Shrinking Christmas', a children's story about an elf called Isabella, a young boy called Nathan and a large jolly chap with a white beard and a red and white coat.
A big thank you to a great crowd and the Storyhouse staff. Thoroughly enjoyed it.
I'll post any other events here so do keep a look-see.
Well, I mentioned in a previous post that I need to get out there and do some promoting so, I've managed to get a slot at the Chester Literature Festival where I'll be reading 'The Shrinking Christmas' at the Storyhouse kitchen on Sunday 24th November at 4 o'clock.
It's free - no booking required, just drop in. Easy as that.
So, pack your kiddies in the car and I'll see you there!
Take a look at their website here
Well... what ever possessed me to write a Christmas book where I can only go and promote it... yes, you guessed it... AT CHRISTMAS!
So, with the thought of getting myself out there all year round instead of sitting around drinking coffee all day, Billy's first adventure now has a few more characters and a little more magic thrown into the mix. It has a new title and is now called the Land of Myth instead of the Incredible Shrinking Christmas.
The Story is the same, but the Christmas theme has been replaced with a blend of witches, broomsticks and mythical creatures of all kinds who are mischievously busy all year round. Book 2, the Big Cheese, has had a few changes too to compliment the magic theme.
So now, with the knowledge that I think I know where I'm going with all this tippy-tapping at my keyboard, it's time, in between 'getting out there', to get a move on with book 3, where aeroplanes, boats and an extra helping of chaos should enter Billy Trip's model railway world.
And don't forget, your kiddies can read the first three chapters of both stories right here on my website. Just click on the book covers and you'll head right there.