My second collection of flash fiction stories, FLASHES of WEATHER is out now, this time on the theme of weather.
I have always been fascinated by the weather, from the beginning of my engineering career in Portsmouth when I worked on two revolutionary High Frequency (HF) radar systems to the end of my engineering career in Cumbria where I was responsible for maintaining an all-singing, all-dancing weather monitoring mast which included a pair of seismic sensors that measured ground acceleration. The software I wrote for the HF radar systems got turned into a commercial system called O.S.C.R – (Ocean Surface Current Radar) which was used throughout the United Kingdom and Australia as an early warning weather system.
Rest assured, there are no science clad stories in this collection, although one or two of the characters may have a scientific bent.
Across the eighty stories in this collection I have attempted to create a diverse mix of characters, viewpoints and scenarios, capturing how weather can inspire us and torment us, and we it.
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