The Garden Where Black Flowers Grow by Tim Jeffreys

Tim Jeffreys has been writing short stories for four years, and mainly sells them in an audio format. He has, however, produced a fairly large selction in a print book, including the title story.

It offers a wide selection of stories, some are horror stories, some have the feel of a sinister fairy tale, a few are simply descriptive pieces. They have a rather subtle, ‘old fashioned’ feel to them, with some having a rather dark humour running through. It’s a good book to dip into, and every story reveals something new with each reading.

My favourites must be the title tale, ‘Alice and the Scarecrow’ and ‘Soft Clocks’.. the latter having the humour previously mentioned.

Visit Tim’s website to learn more.

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  1. Pingback: The Garden Where Black Flowers Grow and other stories « Tim Jeffreys - writer of strange tales.

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