Dip Into Something New


Slip away for a few hours, into other worlds – away from all the troubles of this one. Perhaps into the future – a near-future – dark and disturbing and yet – so close. There, follow the fates of four people worn down and broken, angry with the system. Who break out of it, try … Continue reading Dip Into Something New

Mankind Limited Excerpt


To whet your whistles here is the Prologue and Chapter One. Prologue Darkness outside. From the expanse of his office, the Facilitator gazed down at the city spread below. Orange lights twinkled. A busy machine. It was his. They were entwined. Both products of this still young, brave new millennium. He smiled. He held a … Continue reading Mankind Limited Excerpt

Thirteen Tales – Cycles


Cycles (Originally published in Thirteen Tales) http://www.scottandrewbailey.uk Orange light tried to sparkle off the wet tarmac. Otherwise all was still, even the three figures that lay in the road. Two were face down by the kerb, the other was splayed out in the middle of the street. Their faces were hidden by motorcycle helmets. Leather … Continue reading Thirteen Tales – Cycles

A Spring of Dreams


By Scott Andrew Bailey The result of a year-long challenge to write a poem a day for a year. Raw and accessible poems of many moods. Presented as they were written and so reflecting my mood, my life and my time constraints at the time. Available as Kindle or hardback from Amazon or CreateSpace

Less Noise, More Action


That kind of sums up my approach to 2020, particularly to writing. 2019 was not overly productive for me. I curated and edited some old work into a new collection – Andervayne’s Dream. I also continued to try and market my existing books, Mankind Limited, A Spring of Dreams and Thirteen Tales of Ghosts. Not … Continue reading Less Noise, More Action

Mother Mercury


By Scott Bailey © 2013 Mercury sang to his motherA plea for help against a worldThat loved his every word and deedBut hated his most secret thoughtsThey would not accept what he wasIn the deepest part of his soulWhen will the world catch upWith the genius and the loverWhen can the Mercury MothersLove their sons’ … Continue reading Mother Mercury