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  Writer's profile for 'red1hols'
Email address
City Peterborough
Country UK
Birthdate 13/05/1958
Sex Male
Profession IT - so give me a break please.
Interests History, Humour, Nonsense, Food, Drink & generally hanging out
Short bio Living a shelterd middle class existence with a lovely family and little hardship isn't really a good stereotype for a writer. This is my therapy. It saves a fortune on a shrink.
Comments The key to success is to participate. They don't give medals to spectators.

'red1hols' has written 19 stories:

Good Morning World! (standard:humor, 1366 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: Apr 24 2002Views/Reads: 3235/2181Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
A compendium of small humerous pieces that glorifies the role of Bread & Bread Related Products in shaping world history & Culture.
Morpheus hauls steel on the A14. (standard:other, 4681 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: May 03 2002Views/Reads: 3200/2155Story vote: 0.00 (2 votes)
Isn't it just a pain when dreams run together so that you lose touch with reality?
The Greasy Pole (standard:other, 3254 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: Jun 12 2002Views/Reads: 3284/2153Story vote: 0.00 (4 votes)
Life on the corporate ladder can spring the odd surprise. It's amazing the memories a face from the past brings and how you react.
On Twisted Hill (standard:other, 5184 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: Jun 22 2002Views/Reads: 3377/2537Story vote: 0.00 (1 vote)
Karen has always believed in the Little People and they will help out. After all they get something in return. Warning : Adult content. Discretion advised.
The Summer Storm (standard:non fiction, 845 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: Aug 08 2002Views/Reads: 3257/1Story vote: 0.00 (1 vote)
A Summer Storm that proves that the simple pleasures are best and free.
It's all in the stars. (standard:humor, 3300 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: Aug 22 2002Views/Reads: 3296/2071Story vote: 0.00 (1 vote)
An Editor of a small weekly newspaper discovers that he has the gift of predicting the future of a particular reader.
Everybody loves Harry. (standard:drama, 2431 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: Sep 16 2002Views/Reads: 3290/2121Story vote: 0.00 (4 votes)
Everybody loves Harry, but would I like to be like him?
Turning the table (standard:Suspense, 2036 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: Nov 14 2002Views/Reads: 3345/2295Story vote: 0.00 (2 votes)
A man shows a sceptical journalist the secret of his success.
Drifting Apart. (standard:other, 2037 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: Apr 03 2003Views/Reads: 3206/2168Story vote: 0.00 (3 votes)
I can't explain - you will have to read it to understand.
Facts and Fiction. (standard:drama, 2534 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: Sep 17 2003Views/Reads: 3332/2162Story vote: 0.00 (5 votes)
An updated response to Cyrano's ego thread in the forum. If you are easily shocked and offended this is not the story for you.
Blair Park (standard:Satire, 2132 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: Sep 25 2003Views/Reads: 3710/2350Story vote: 0.00 (1 vote)
I'm trying my hand at a touch of satire. What other way have I to bring attention to a subject that I feel strongly about.
EX2 : Fishlock Wood (standard:drama, 1773 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: Sep 27 2003Views/Reads: 3155/2162Story vote: 0.00 (1 vote)
My go at the TOF Project. Writing like this is so alien to me and I really need your feedback!
Come visit my world. (standard:drama, 1481 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: Mar 16 2004Views/Reads: 3184/2178Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
The result of a my post in the forum. The writer has complete power over their characters - or do they?
The Review (standard:horror, 1219 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: Apr 02 2004Views/Reads: 3181/2111Story vote: 0.00 (2 votes)
The post in the forum made fit for human consumption.
Premier League Woman. (standard:humor, 694 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: May 03 2004Views/Reads: 3347/2Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
Be nice to people on the way up, you might need them on the way down.
Second to the Right and Straight On Till Morning (standard:non fiction, 1797 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: Aug 23 2004Views/Reads: 3801/2247Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
Think of Peter Pan and you are transported back to times of innocence, so just how could you produce a sequel?
Strange and Unusual Punishment (standard:horror, 1702 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: Feb 07 2005Views/Reads: 3495/2464Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
Society insists that justice is done and seen to be done, but surely the punishment must fit the crime?
NC2 Death at The Grange. (standard:mystery, 1980 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: Jul 01 2005Views/Reads: 3320/2265Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
Ernest Potts, the owner of 'The Grange', is dead in the garden. Ernest himself believes his death was unique and will remain unexplained. (1650 Words + blurb)
Ticking all the boxes. (standard:humor, 1035 words)
Author: red1holsAdded: Mar 13 2006Views/Reads: 3012/1984Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
Charlie needs publicity. With Amy ticking so many boxes, how can he fail?

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