Paul Hale is a writer based in Louth, Lincolnshire. Some of his most recent work has been published on BBC Radio Lincolnshire. You can listen to them here:
He has been experimenting with different genres as illustrated by the list below.
2020 Completed a Science Fiction story in two parts which together comprise a Novella. Hopefully to find its way into another Hammond House Anthology or, alternatively, perhaps to be published elsewhere.
2019 Completed a comedic stage play script centred around female triplets but gathering dust! On the back burner with a view to finding an amateur dramatic group to collaborate with.
2018 Novella published on Amazon Kindle. Title: ‘Senseless?’ This should appeal to anyone who cares about the planet. It involves Mother Earth, so it may not be serious enough for some but it's a good yarn with a significantly different angle on ‘superpowers'.
2018 Fish Anthology. Fish Publishing (Ireland). One of the winning Flash Fiction entries. Title: 'Always wear a Safety Helmet'
2017 Hammond House Publishing Short Story Competition. Title: 'A Matter of Life or Death'.
2012 Stratford-upon-Avon Literary Festival. One of the winning poetry entries. Published in 'Words Paint Pictures'. Title: 'A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words.'
2011 Winner NFU Mutual Insurance Group 2012 Poetry Competition (Make a Wish). Title: 'My Wish for better Vision' Judged by author Annie Ashworth.