Like many writers, I have been trying to allow my hidden novel to get written and to see the light of day for several years. The plot and characters have been hidden in my head with the characters begging to be allowed out to express themselves through the written word.
This has been a slow process and it has taken a series of events to prod me into action, to work out the plot details, to put flesh on the bones of the characters, to sort out the fine details of the timeline – and so on.
One such prod has been ‘meeting’ Rebecca Sherratt through this blog. She is a second year student at the University of Nottingham who is studying English with Creative writing and Illustration. Those who have seen her work on this blog will have seen how talented she is.
She kindly agreed to design a book cover for my novel and to write a ‘blurb’ about it.
Now all I have to do is to get on with the writing…


‘’We will never, ever talk about this to anyone else apart from each other’’ said Bill.
‘’We’ll always keep it to ourselves. We can call it The Thing’’ replied Jack.
After years of friendship and secrecy, the very thing that Bill and Jack had tried so hard to keep hidden has started to resurface. That blood-curdling, nightmarish day in the misty woods of Sussex will not stay hidden any longer as people start to ask questions and piece the puzzle together.
it’s clear that the two men can keep this secret no longer. David, the Royal Marine, has been trying to track them and their secret down for many years. Now, perhaps he is getting to the resolution of this mystery and is planning his revenge.


© Richard Kefford.                                                                                                  


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