Writing as Marion Davids
I sometimes like to change course completely and write something completely different. For me, this means putting on my "female head" and writing romance stories. These have been quite popular, although only two of them are currently available as e-books, the others falling by the wayside when my then publisher for them committed a very effective form of financial hara-kiri. it was they who convinced me, rightly or wrongly, to use a female pen name rather than my own name in order to ensure they would be bought by women. Personally I find this offensive, and insulting to women in general, but having already gone down that route, perhaps I'm trapped into continuing. Marion hasn't had anything published for a while, but there are some stories stewing around that may come out. Watch this space to find out. in the meantime please enjoy these quick and inexpensive reads.
“Dear diary, I know it’s supposed to be the best day of my life; so why aren’t I happy?”
Lisa has just got married, her new husband has lingered downstairs in the bar, leaving her alone in the honeymoon suite with her only her diary for company.
Relive the funniest parts of the most important day of her life as she shares her thoughts with her intimate diary.
A Question Over Dinner
Sarah loved Darell more than anything else in the world, she was ready to settle down with him, could see no other reason to want to live.
Tonight, over the dinner table her boyfriend seemed distracted, almost distant. Was he going to pop the question?
Was he going to break up with her? Her emotions see-sawed from one extreme to the other.
When he did finally ask her a question it was not exactly the one she'd imagined nor the one she'd feared.