When my wife died I was lost. We’d been married for thirty years, and when I retired we spent most of our time together. Over the past few years we hadn’t bothered with friends much, just did our own thing, went away for weekends, pottered around the house and the garden. She was so much…
Author: Geoffrey David West
The Dating Game
“Why are you sending him home?” said the gushing lady TV presenter. “He’s got this dodgy looking penis. I just don’t like the look of it.”
The Holiday Romance
I fell in love for the first time when I was ninety-three years old. Ridiculous as it may sound, it’s true. I met the woman I fell in love with, Molly, in hospital, in the cardiac critical care ward, where we were both being held after undergoing heart attacks, which we’d successfully, putatively recovered from.
What’s wrong with Wattpad – or is it just me?
Like thousands of others, I write novels and ‘self-pub’ them on kindle and try to sell them. A long while ago I also started a couple of my own blogs of short stories, initially hoping they’d act as a way of publicising my novels. Needless to say like so many things in life it didn’t…