Ascribe Novel Solutions: advertise, promote and market your quality self-published novel at ascribeme.comI was born in a Youth Hostel on Dartmoor and grew up in Cornwall. I studied Fashion at Manchester College, and later for an MA in Writing at Sheffield Hallam University. I have one son and live in Sheffield with my partner, who is also a writer. 


If you would like to read more about me, my writing, the stories behind the stories and TO LISTEN TO MY READING OF THE FIRST CHAPTER OF THE CHINA BIRD AND A STORY FROM THE SAND EGG SHORT STORY COLLECTION and regular updates on my work please visit my website at:

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Ascribe Novel Solutions: advertise, promote and market your quality self-published novel at ascribeme.comThe China Bird

4 stars on Amazon

3.5 stars on Goodreads

Category: Literary

Winner of the Hookline Novel Competition

 

"A delicate and unusual novel that explores the precariouness of relationships with precision and insight."

 Libby Michael, winner of the Faber Memorial Prize 

 

"This unusual novel lingers with you long after the final page has been read."

Berlie Doherty, twice Carnegie Medal Winner

 

"Beautifully written... with honesty and compassion"

Judith Allnatt, author of A Mile Of River

 

Seeing beauty in Edward’s twisted spine, a young art student begs him to sit for her. Dubious but flattered, Edward is awakened from years of apathy, and experiences emotions he cannot suppress. But vulnerability can bring strength. This tale of secrecy, love and eventual understanding explores our perceptions of beauty and abnormality.

 

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The Sand Eggs

5 stars on Amazon

 5 stars on Goodreads

 Category: Short stories

"‘Billy’ [one of the short stories featured in The Sand Eggs] is a compassionate story about what happens when an old man has a fall on the way to the cemetery"

Nicholas Royle, Time Out, December 18 2002- January 1 2003

 

"Gives us rare glimpses of stifling family life seen from the eyes of a young English woman who is hovering watchfully on the edge.”

Berlie Doherty, twice Carnegie Medal Winner

 

A young woman is thrust into a foreign culture, a sister is excluded by widowhood, an older woman returns to a once familiar land. Bryon Doran's short stories carry a note of seductive isolation. Do we alienate ourselves or do we misinterpret the signs?

 

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