In Last Call, God wants to get away in a taxi. The problem is he’s bevvied and dials the wrong number.
The theme of escape is continued in Even The Pool Was Poor, in which the narrator makes a sharp exit after being soundly beaten at a peasant’s game by Dostoevsky.
And in the wonderfully titled Papillon’s Coconuts Carry Cars And Dreams, there’s the author’s own bitter-sweet memory of wanting to escape his island home after school is finished.
We’re also delighted to announce that Andrew has recently been accepted by Liverpool John Moores University to study for a degree in creative writing. He says it’s all down to the encouragement he has received from McStorytellers, but we’re far too modest to agree to that!
Enjoy the stories and watch out next for a highly unusual perspective on the Scottish Independence Referendum from the satirical pen of L M Blackburn.