Story Calendar

Every month, a new piece of writing by Alexander will be posted here on this site making up a calendar of stories every year. Some will be short stories, some will be articles, and some will be sneak previews from books not yet released. Perfect to read with your morning coffee!

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Latest Stories

A Story for March: The Department of Sensitive Crimes

A sneak peek at the first chapter from the upcoming book, The Department of Sensitive Crimes (publishing April 2019)- the start of the new Detective Varg series.

A Story for February: First Class

First Class A great airport, as everyone knows, is a city in itself, a microcosm of society. Within its confines almost every walk of life, every trade or profession, is represented. There are pilots, doctors, priests, engineers, electricians, negotiators, cooks and beauticians. Some of these jobs are glamorous – pilots inevitably attract admiring glances as […]

A Story for January: Travels with my Teapot

Travelling with my Teapot – One of the duties of being an author is travelling to book festivals, often in far-flung places. Clothes are thrown into a bag at the last possible moment, usually including a kilt for festival appearances and an endless supply of white shirts. These are interesting occasions, of course, and you […]

A Story for December: Blowing In for Christmas

Now this story that I’m about to tell you is true. People think that authors make things up – and, by and large, that is quite correct. They do. They spin the most unlikely tales…

A Story for November: The Finer Points of Sausage Dogs

Not technically a story…but an article from 2011 about custody battles, pet seals, German names, and sausage dogs.

A story for October: Small birds, like painted chickens

Small birds, like painted chickens first appeared in the Good Housekeeping magazine. From the very beginning it had been an ideal arrangement. After Anne had the baby—eight months afterwards—she had been able to go back to work again with complete confidence that everything would run smoothly. She was a doctor and did not want to stop […]

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