Here you will find Henry's eBooks with more adult themes. They are free but Henry would like you to drop two pounds ($3) into any children's charity box in your area. Just remember, the children of this world are the future of this world.

Having retired from the tiring and travel filled stage, Henry Tudor has begun to be a writer. Aways his ultimate ambition he is now busy creating fictional work to round off his long career with a smile on his face.

Henry's Column. By Henry Tudor. 406 pages of life as a King Henry VIII world traveller.



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Now for some short stories.

Compilation Book One

"Obscured View" By Henry Tudor. 266 pages in large font, of short stories from a definite obscured viewpoint.



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Compilation Book Two

"Digging Deep" By Henry Tudor. 283 pages in large font. Short stories with many twists.



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Compilation Book Three.

"Strutting Some Tales" By Henry Tudor. 245 pages in large font. Strutting my best stuff.



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Compilation Book Four.

"Driver's Screen" By Henry Tudor. 272 pages in large font. 14 stories.



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Compilation Book five of poems with adult realities.

Star Rhymes. 50 pages with 20 hard hitting poems.



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Below are some separate short stories, some wild and some tame, but all twisted.

Number 58. Just a shortie, a comparison with society.

Pecking Order.



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Number 57. I think we'd all like one of these.

Clever Peter.



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Aw Aw stop parroting on!

Number 56. How did they paint it up there?

Graffiti. Or is it?



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Read what you will into these wall pictures.



Number 55. Who's nicked my necklace?

Duck. Ever been caving?



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Crazy cave with Pete and Dave
Sumps and falls, green slimy walls
Excavate, new discovery to make
Lead and Iron, no shoulder to cry on.


Number 54. Pink to make the girls wink.

Scan. A funny tale in a shell.



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I wonder if they come in blue?

Number 53. When you see one drive by, take a closer look.

Old Citroen. Worth it's weight on gold.



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Some things grow better with age.

Number 52. If you have a member of your family suffering from Alzheimer's, this story may upset.

Erosion. Just a visit.



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Both my Parents suffered this dreadful disease together. This story has been the hardest to write.

Number 51. The whole city is full of roofs.

The Painting. How to publicise your work.



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Good old Elsie.

Number 50. I've been saving this one for number 50.

He's Behind You. A bit close for comfort.



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See what I mean!



number 49.

40 Minutes. Doesn't time fly by?


Thanks to wall.net for the picture. I usually always use my own pictures, but this one would have been a bit difficult.

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Sometimes it's very hard to get a happy ending.

Number 48.

Pigs. Mud on your feet, love in the air.



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The sty at night.

Number 47.

The Opal. Light up your life.



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Be happy with what you have got.

Number 46.

The Swamp.



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The Swamp
By Henry Tudor

Cold, uninviting peat stained bog
Nothing moves, except mossy log.
Eager beaver’s look out for gaols
Scouting dark woods, tree’s and holes.


Number 45.
Boiler. 50 Years in the making.



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What if......

Number 44.
Wing. Be careful who you show your ideas to.



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Number 43.
Sea Mist. This one will need a whole box of tissues.



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I promise a funny one next.

Number 42.
Steps. This one will bug you, so watch your step.


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Spooks all around us.

Number 41.
High Flier. Ambitions should not be burdens.


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Number 40.
Horace. Get your teeth into this comedy.


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Now for a sweet.

Number 39.
Molly Bloom. A sad tale.


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No, it's not about me. I made it up ok?

Number 38.
The Village. A perfect place to live.


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Or is it?

Number 37.
Treasure. We all have a treasure.


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Gone fishing.

Number 36.
The Collector. Strange and definitely not true.


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Stripes or checkered?

Number 35.
Hideaway. Dig yer pad.


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Bet you start looking for them now!

Number 34.
Bowled Over. This one will make you itch for more.


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Be careful where you put tattoo's.

Number 33.
Mr. Ingram. A strange tale of ghostly help.


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Ever been to Elgin?

Number 32.
Off line 99. A cool story.


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Too flaky for me!

Number 31.
Bullion. A train set in the mind of an enthusiast.


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Next time you go round a flea market, keep your eyes peeled.

Number 30.
Signal. Bet you go searching for one, next time you visit a stately home.


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Number 29.
Pirates. How far can one misunderstanding go?


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Hoot your horn as you pass.

Number 28.
Cruise. A tale of ambition and love. Where's the tissue box?



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Need another hurry!

Number 27.
Pets. To all pet lovers everywhere.



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Number 26.
Powerful Questions. Just how close to this story are we?



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I'm not watching it again!

Number 25.
Spiralling Down. A strange tale of morals.



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What would you do? Honestly!

Number 24.
C'mon. A love story with many twists. C'mon, what do you expect from me?



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Number 23.
Red Sky at Night.
Shepherd's Delight.



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Number 22.
Mirrors don't always tell the truth!
"Hindsight"



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Number 21.
A happy story of life in the country
"Happy Pigs"



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Number 20.
A Birthday present with a shocking outcome.
"Once in a Blue Moon"



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Number 19.
A ghost story.
"Lost Lady"



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Number 18.

I bet you wish you had one of these gadgets.
"Appy Daft"

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Number 17.

The social grouping studied in humour and with a sad twist.
"Pendulum"
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Number 16.
This story is true.



"Winnie and Me"
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10.00am 19th April 2014.
This is a first for me, here's the picture for my next short story, not written yet but fully in my head.
Unicorn


Book to follow.


Number 15.
15.00pm 19th April 2014. Now here's the story written down in one go.

Unicorn
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I don't know how my own mind works!


Number 14.
Following the Yellow Brick road to success. Here's a funny tale with the usual twists.
Tinman.

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Number 13.
A funny view of life in the North.
Whirly Gig



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Number 12.
A simple love story wit a twist.

I Heart You.
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Number 11.
You've heard of the saying "Finder's Keeper's". Well here's a story with twists and turns.

Loser's Weeper's
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Number 10.
A tragic tale of secrets. You'll need a tissue at the end.

Tom.
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Number 9.
What about an alternative history. Here's a strange tale.

Founder's day
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Weird eh!


Number 8.
Hey! I can do crime fiction, not just history. Here's a short story which will tie you in knots.

Commuters
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Nasty eh!


Number 7.
If you have a loved one who smokes, get them to read this short story.
Called "The Top Shelf"
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The point will come to them.


Number 6.
A very short story which is out of this world called "Grish"
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Number 5.
How the poor fed their families in the dark ages.



"Stone the Crows"
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Son of Lewis. By Henry Tudor.

The book "Son of Lewis" has been on this website page for 31 days and is now legally copyrighted as part of the website. It has now been removed to be Sub-edited for publication.
If you are interested in publishing the book please contact Henry by email.

Book one is entitled "Son of Lewis" and is a thriller set in Scotland, Texas and Holland. If you like Police drama and the hunt for a psychopathic serial killer, then this is the book for you.

Number 4.
Book two is entitled "Driftwood" and Henry is halfway through its creation. A follow up to Son of Lewis.



Below is a short story "Driftwood", only small changes have been made to allow the full story not to escape.

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Driftwood
By Henry Tudor
www.henrytudor.co.uk

Once part of the structure, before the big rupture
I rejected my connection, after close inspection.
Keeping my real friends real, not joining the eReal
Finding a new feel, making a new deal, maybe heal.

The structure splinters off and floats away
Drifts through another day, another way, under spray.
The tide will take it, its own way, to stay and pray
Turning over in my watered mind, it lands to find.

Pushed up onto the sandy hill, the sea leaves it to sleep
Rest for a while, sink until stuck in ground steep.
So peace at last, now equilibrium found.
New lifestyle structure built from natures silt.
My life rebuilt.

Enjoy it as a mere taster.


Number 3.
Here's my latest book of poems, a bit more adult.
"Not so long to go"



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Number 2.
Another short story still in Scotland.

"Devil at the Door"



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Number 1.
A short story with a sad twist of fate.

"Survivor"



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