As a child, Sabrina loved Barbies. She used to pull their heads off and shove them down onto beheaded Ken dolls. Even then, her vocation was clear. AdvertisementsRead More Bodybuilder Barbie
Amongst other things, Jack writes about the adventures of Sabrina Di’Anno, squatter, indie action film star and muscle model. He plans to turn the stories into a comic series.Read More Jack E. Cheal
Another diversion from the world of Sabrina Di’Anno with a piece inspired by my experiences as a social pariah…Read More Processor Fault Test
Something a bit different from my usual fiction. An mini autobiographical piece focusing on my autism and mental health issues.Read More Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder and Why I feel Safer on a Psychiatric Ward than in My Own Home
I write about a homeless, indie action movie star and muscle model called Sabrina Di’Anno. I’d love to turn my stories into an adventure comic series, like a contempary Conan.Read More Check Out These Stories: Illustrators Wanted!
My mother is a dragon,Deep be the fear in you fluttering gutIf you cross her she will batheIn a glut of your disembodied limbs, blood and the stretch of your guttering bowels. Fierce is her face,The helmet of a valkyrieMoulded to her cruel visage,For she is the Morrigun, ready to pluck your eyes, to swallow […]Read More Mother
How many times can you punch a wall? Once, usually, not that it is usual, not normal anyway, maybe usual for some…but once is enough to break your fist or window or whatever, enough to calm your rage a bit, so you don’t hit the person you really want to. Then there are those times, […]Read More Excerpt from a Psych Ward