What would you do if a two-foot septuagenarian Scotsman tumbled out of your washing machine? For William, his panicked efforts to save the tiny wee man bring a new companion abruptly into his life. Davy gives William the words and actions he needs to achieve what he wants – friendships, adventures, new goals and sex. Davy’s influence is funny and frantic, but increasingly malevolent.
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About the Author
I'm a writer and educator - I've worked in teaching since the mid 90s, and now work for a university helping lecturers get the content right for their online courses (yes, it involves a lot of writing). More than that, I'm a writer, an author of long and short fiction, of television and film scripts, of comic book stories and poetry.
I'm Scottish, but I haven't lived in Scotland much for nearly 20 years. I spent a lot of time overseas - places like Turkey, Australia and a a good long stretch in Hong Kong.
I now live in the New Forest in England with my wife and two kids.