Merry Christmas Everyone

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Seasons greetings to all, and thank you for visiting and reading Screeve. It has been an absolute pleasure to start writing again, and what I thought would be a short series of a few instalments has grown to 25. I love Max and Min, and their open and honest relationship is something I wish I’d had with my brother. But I can now experience that relationship through my stories.

Once I finish “Conversations with my Brother” I hope to finish the follow-up to the novel “Becoming Kes” in the Cockaigne Chronicles universe.

Next year is going to be difficult for all of us. The economic problems don’t appear to be going away soon, and we are heading to a severe downturn in the UK. Food bank use is increasing, and energy rationing is common for almost every household. I hope my stories will provide some release and an escape from reality, no matter how brief.

I wish all my readers the best and hope you get what you wish. And a huge thank you to those who rate and comment on the stories. All feedback is appreciated.

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3 Replies to “Merry Christmas Everyone”

  1. Happy Birthday to you, David. And thank you for all your contributions to The Happiness of Mankind! I’m rooting for Finn and Max xxxx

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  2. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to All.
    Daz in Scotland.

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  3. Despite all the turmoil we in the “west” are going through I hope you still had a wonderful Christmas. I have been enjoying the regular updates here on Screeve. The bond between Nin and Max grew much deeper, than I expected after reading the first chapter. I expected it to go in a ‘voyeurism’ direction, but I was completely wrong about that. Like you, I wish I had a relationship like that with my brother. But like I said in a comment on one of the chapters, my brother was a bit of a bully.
    Also great to hear you are working on a sequel to ‘Becoming Kes’. I will wait with bated breath for that, because I remember you telling me in an e-mail you wrote yourself into a corner.

    Thank you for all the effort you put in Screeve.

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