Disturbed Literature

The writings of Jambo Stewart

Problem Boys

John felt apprehensive staring at the varnished oak door that stood ahead. He’d been told to wait by the door by Madam Lutzier. He was awaiting his punishment for escaping the Home. Continue reading “Problem Boys”

I Conquer

Poetry by Jambo Stewart Continue reading “I Conquer”


Poetry by Jambo Stewart

Continue reading “Lottery”

Space in the Office

Today was a strange day for me, tonight was stranger. I met a girl, a girl I thought I’d never see again. She was definitely there though, standing in the middle of the high street, spinning around in circles with an umbrella slid down the back of her yellow volunteer’s jacket. Continue reading “Space in the Office”

Reflections: Inspiration

Inspiration can hit at any time and place. Many writers fall into the trap of ‘waiting for inspiration’, when in fact inspiration Continue reading “Reflections: Inspiration”

Friday Thoughts: Spiritual Moment

The other day I had a spiritual moment. A fleeting but gratifying feeling of universal consciousness. Continue reading “Friday Thoughts: Spiritual Moment”

Silver Liquid

Eigraw lay slumped against a rock holding his abdomen, trying to stop his Royal Elven blood from escaping the knife-wound. He screamed in pain. Continue reading “Silver Liquid”

A Myth Perpetuated by Trojans

You should never look a gift-horse in the mouth

Reflections: The Law of Four

Four is my favourite number. I was born on the fourth, I count in fours, and when deciding how many of something to eat, I generally settle for four. Continue reading “Reflections: The Law of Four”

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