This eclectic site is now called Alan Crawford which developed from tbaoo. Please enjoy my silly old nonsense and short stories. Some rants, lists and observations are in the other section. My new eBook “Three Short Stories” is adult in nature, with gruesome goings on, food safety and some naughty business. Grab your copy from: Smashwords – Amazon Kindle – Kobo – Barnes & Noble
“Three Short Stories”
- Bloodbath – The Gruesome Murders, deals with a man applying a brutal approach to satisfying his need.
- A Tale of an EHO (Environmental Health Officer) includes food safety and adult entertainment, reluctantly looking food operators, cult like Church leadership and adult entertainment venue ownership. It’s a complicated tale.
- Learning to Kill explores how a professional hitman and his family educate their son.
A small number of people, namely one, asked how or where I get the ideas for my stories and I can’t really answer, I don’t really know. When my Alan Crawford trousers, mind or weather conditions suit I’ll sit at the computer and open a blank page. After adjusting myself, which is becoming a real effort, the words simply pour out on the page.
Each story often swims in unpleasant situations and even though the content is aimed at a mature audience, it may seem to be immature at times. Some parts of my stories are based on reasonably true events, the rest emerge from my ludicrous imagination and although I seem to write like one, I’m not a serial killer. I’ve landed hard into Twitter and Instagram less so, but both are @acrawfordsaid
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