Seems appropriate today to have a review of the past year:
2015 culminated for Jonty Stewart by having a short story featuring him getting into dangerous waters on embarkation leave in the anthology Capital Crimes.
But it wasn’t just the Cambridge lads who had my attention this year. Don’t Kiss the Vicar was a novella very close to my heart, exploring what it means to be a gay priest in a rural parish who fancies one of his parishioners.
I also featured an army chaplain exploring his sexuality in “Hallowed Ground”, my story in the charity anthology A Pride of Poppies.
And last, but by no means least, Home Fires Burning came out in audio version.
No wonder I need a lie down!