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Sunday, 27 July 2014

At Last: Ephesus



Inspired by my visit to Ephesus, the project started as a screenplay with a working title of "Fairfax Goes To Ephesus." It ended, after a second visit to Ephesus, as the third of my series of comedy novellas.







Like many men, Fairfax Freeman has endeavored to please the woman in his life. Only in Fairfax's case the 'woman' is his vitriolic mother, Myrtle, for whom there is no pleasing.
Redundancy from his long term job has put him even lower in his mother's esteem, so in a bid to restore some faith in him, he has sacrificed some of his redundancy money on an all-inclusive package. Sipping cocktails by the pool all day was having the desired effect. But there was one thing Fairfax wanted to do for himself. After spending many hours reading books on the ancient region of Anatonia, he wanted to see Ephesus. His mother was determined to ruin his trip to the ruins. One old man, Demetrius, was resolved to ensure Fairfax saw the old Byzantium trading port in all its glory.


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My next project is underway entitled "Midnight At The Alhambra," a full length novel in the crime thriller genre.