pem charnley - freelance journalist
email: pem.charnley[at]gmail.com Mob: 07480 182 822
Update – Short Stories
of 2015, I will also be releasing short stories on Kindle –
writing fiction has been a passion of mine for a while now –
wry tales with twists and turns. Many thanks to readers for the
feedback so far – hugely encouraging. First up, and with an
ending that unnerved the writer far more than others:
(20 pages approx.)
Written in January, my latest story plays with guilt and the supernatural – and as said to others – though there are no engine rooms, a duvet does move of its own accord.
(14 pages approx.)
(Full descriptions available with links.)
The Guardian – Sobriety At Christmas
The Guardian – Emergency Night Shelters Kept Ian Alive
The Guardian - Dead at 47: Homeless People are exposed to more than Cold
The Guardian - Homeless Candid Camera
The Guardian - Psychedelia and a Second Chance
The Guardian - The Vulnerable will always Pay the Price
The Guardian - Homelessness: See beyond the Beard
The Guardian - Are Wind Farms really a threat to National Security?
The Guardian - Technobile
The Guardian - Why I Love 80s Editions of Trivial Pursuit
Western Daily Press - Teen Drinkers on Road to Gin Lane
Lloyd's Register Quality Assurance (LRQA) co-authoring with Dr Anne-Marie Warris the chapter of a book - Managing Climate Risk - discussing in detail the positives of the Voluntary Carbon Standard.
Western Morning News - Daddy, What did you Do?
Further links - Sean McManus Business and technology writer and author of books including Microsoft Office for the Older and Wiser.