… yeez like short stories with a twist of humour?… here’s yer man… Author Alan Brindley…

…Author, Alan Brindley’s first short story sortie on to the Great God Amazon Kindle is up and running… have a look… :


Alan was born in Walsall, West Midlands but has also lived in Sheffield, Dudley and Wolverhampton. He currently lives in Rugby Warwickshire.He began writing at an early age and would often spend hours writing stories and songs. Enid Blyton, Roald Dahl and Susan Townsend were early inspirations and Alan would often attempt to imitate their work as a child.After reading a number of Simon Kernick stories in his 20’s Alan began to consider taking up serious writing. 

Finally in 2015 after a number of abandoned projects he completed his first short story ‘Nigel’s Luck’ and it was published on the amazon kindle in June.

Alan loves to read thrillers and cites Simon Kernick, Mark Billingham, Stephen Edger, Chris Carter and Oliver Stark as his influences. He is also a huge Sherlock Holmes fan and has a deep respect for the original stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

In his spare time Alan loves spending time with his wife and daughter and is a WWE and Doctor Who fan as well as a supporter of Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Alan can be found on Twitter as @mralanbrindley

My story is called Nigel’s Luck and is available on Amazon Kindle for 99p now.
What’s the point of me? Nigel Cartwright often asks himself. Stuck in a dead end job with a bitch of an ex wife the only thing he really wants is the love of his 2 grown up children. In an ironic twist of events he then has a scratchcard win just 1 day after being diagnosed with a terminal illness. 
Will his children love him now?
Master Copy
…see yeez later… LUV YEEZ!


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6 responses to “… yeez like short stories with a twist of humour?… here’s yer man… Author Alan Brindley…

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    Alan also has twin brother and sister and a little brother
    He spent time with the twins when he was younger. And watched WWWF with them often played fighting with them to win the title. Took them to the park. But as Alan got older and became a working man lost contact with them in away as things does. He is now a father. How things change so quick. I hope you do well with you’re book

    P.s It’s like your setting up a date page

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  2. Your story sounds really interesting, Alan. Good fortune with it. Thanks, Seumas, for bringing us this review. 🙂

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  3. Reblogged this on TheKingsKidChronicles and commented:
    Intriguing intro to this short story. I’d like to read the rest.

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  4. Oh my.This is fascinating. 🙂 Nice to meet you, Alan. 🙂


  5. Thanks for the introduction to Alan. And an intriguing premise for a story…:)


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