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David Hadley

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A bloke who writes stuff.

Fiction across and between genres.

David Hadley was born in 1959. He is married with three children and lives in the Black Country, UK.



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Juggling Balls

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The Dirty Book

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In the Beginning

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Twisting the Night Away

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What Dreams May Come

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The Sexiest Elbows I'd Ever...

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Have a Go

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Hanging Around Until

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Choosing Headgear for Penguins

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A Hard Road

It was hard. It was wet. Steve didn’t know what he was doing here, lying on it. It was cold too, against his cheek and against his chest through his soaked shirt. The wetness was seeping through the thicker denim of his jeans too. Steve reached out his arm, trying to find something to grip,s Read more of this blog post »
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