Spend a Saturday night in Tolwood, a small town somewhere in England. Have a night on the tiles, making sure to avoid the packs of lads hunting for fights and serious banter. Swing by the Phoenix, where one repressed teenager struggles with her first night out and the DJ plays a swan song.
If night-life isn’t your thing, why not stay in? In the town and its surrounding villages, a dinner party turns sour as ladies try a séance. A man chains himself to a tree, thinking he can see all of nature, and a squabble over a parking space spins rapidly out of control.
This debut collection of short stories by David Ralph Lewis is an honest, darkly funny look at the different characters out when the sun goes down.
Targeted Age Group: 15-40
David Ralph Lewis is 28 years old and currently lives in Staines-upon-Thames, Surrey, UK. He has an Mphil in Playwriting studies from the University of Birmingham, but took a detour and now writes short stories, amongst other things. He also enjoys photography, collecting silly amounts of music and most of the Studio Ghibli films
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