“Why don’t we meet on the Bridge as 6.30?” It was a odd request; why did she want to meet there? Why not meet at the theatre? “Then I’ll be able to find you easily – tell me where you’ll be standing.” Brendan didn’t even know where she lived or whether she even lived in London; in fact, he realised he knew very little about this girl he was going to be meet; he didn’t even know how she looked.
A piano is rented by a consumptive on holiday in Majorca. What did he expect?
This is the first of new set of stories told by pianos. From grubby jazz bars to the concert hall and your grannies back room, they’ve accompanied us through thick and thin for 300 years.
One week to go before publication! On the 23rd of April Simon’s Cycle Shorts will be available in paperback and for Kindle on Amazon.
29 short stories told by bicycles from 1899 to today – Simon’s Cycle Shorts is a fascinating compendium of cycling tales as told by bicycles and gives their eyewitness perspectives on events in history and everyday life.
All the bicycles in Simon’s Cycle Shorts have a story to tell whether they be ridden by spies, lovers, composers or professional riders. Did those politicians really meet on that day? Who was responsible for the crash, began the affair, won the race? What great moments in history occurred as the direct result of a simple bike ride?
Enjoy the ride!
If you know a ‘hard to buy a gift for’ cyclist or someone who might like little glimpses in history from the eyes of the bicycle, then go on, get them a copy!
On the 2nd Sunday of July 2016 at the mountain resort town of Morzine in the French Alps I witnessed an event that could only be described as a miracle. A small band of men bound only by their loyalty to each other and their adherence to the cycling code, planned and executed the perfect bike race; READ MORE