Different Tracks review

Last week I posted a link to my film Enemy Lines (see below). I mentioned that the film was based on a short story I wrote. That story, also called Enemy Lines, features in my short story anthology Different Tracks. As a result of posting the film, there have been a flurry of people downloading the anthology. One of them has been kind enough to leave a 5-star review. Thank you.

If you would like to read the anthology for yourself, here’s a taster:

Sometimes it’s only when we change tracks that we see the route we should have taken. An anthology of three short stories.

The Yacht Trip
Can a ghostly meeting on a remote Northumberland coast prevent a tragedy?

Enemy Lines
A soldier and a war protester change sides. Will love conquer all?

Another Man’s Shoes
It is said we all have a doppelganger. But what happens if yours is already dead?

You can get your own copy of Different Tracks here.

You can view the film here.

View my film Enemy Lines

I’ve just found this online version of my film Enemy Lines that was made in 2008. The film, produced by FNA Films and directed by Michael Steel, was screened at festivals around the world in 2008/2009, including the prestigious Soho Short Film Festival in London. If you’re a director or producer and are looking for a script, do get in touch. For more on my film work see ‘screenplays’ above. To read the short story that this film was based on, download my short story collection ‘Different Tracks’. And if you’re none of those things, then simply enjoy!


Enemy Lines - short film

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