- ISBN 978-1-61019-218-7
- $8.00 US paperback
- $0.99 US ebook
In a repurposed London church, Fran and Pete discover new sides to their friend Rob during his first photography exhibition. But their dream day out turns into a nightmare when Rob, encouraged by Fran’s experience with the metaphysical, moves too quickly. The inseparable are torn apart. In the aftermath, Fran finally discovers irrefutable proof that dreams do manifest themselves in the physical realm, but simply waking up is not an option.
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SAMANTHA PRIESTLEY is a UK based writer of fiction and articles on various subjects. Her first novel, Despite Losing it on Finkle Street, is published by Fygleaves publishing, and her short stories and articles have been published in anthologies and magazines around the world. Her short stories have been short listed in The Sid Chaplin competition, The Pages competition, The Mike Hayward competition, The Ted Walters competition, The Glass Woman Prize and The Binnacle Ultra Short at The University of Maine at Machias. She won first prize in The H E Bates competition and The Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre Prize. Samantha lives in Sheffield with her two daughters and three cats. To learn more, please visit http://www.samanthapriestley.co.uk/
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING:
“Dreamers is a powerful story of trying to find your way in life. It considers how our dreams clash with societal conventions and the nightmare that can endure when we make choices about which route to follow. Samantha Priestley’s prose is sharp and vivid; the three characters are deftly drawn. The ending will haunt you long after you’ve finished reading.”
–Naomi Frisby, reviewer at THE WRITES OF WOMAN (http://thewritesofwoman.wordpress.com/)
“Meet Samantha Priestley” at WORDMOTHERS