Bonfire Blues Out Now!

When Scott moves in with his best friend, Dan, things change in ways he never imagined. Surrounded by Dan’s friends, he lives a life of glorious drunken creativity, quite unlike anything he’s known before. The problem is that he also finds himself falling for Rebecca, Dan’s girlfriend. Then Dan leaves unexpectedly and the little mysteries of his life are revealed, heightening their feelings for each other and sowing the seeds of tragedy, guilt and sadness.
‘Bonfire Blues’ is the third part of the Diamonds collection of Short Stories. A prequel to both ‘Bewilder’ and ‘Heart over Head over Heels’, it is one man’s love story to his twenties, a love story to friends loved and lost, and, above all to the woman he didn’t dare love.
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James Eddy was born in Braintree, Essex in April 1980. After moving first to Colchester, Essex, the family settled in South Norfolk and James was able to enjoy the wide open spaces and quiet of the area which fed his imagination. Following an undistinguished University career, he began writing scripts for films and acting out the cliche of the drunken writer. He diversified by moving into prose and eventually focussed enough to write a collection of Short Stories called 'Diamonds' along with several other short stories a novel and novella. He released 'Bewilder', the first story from 'Diamonds' in April 2012.

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