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Three years have passed, a little neglected house on the edge of the village became tidied up with the tiles replaced on the roof and a new front door and a tidy garden. No-one ever saw who lived there but occasionally a shadowy cloaked figure was seen going out in the dusk and...

Hi my name is James Cox, and I love to write stories about dogs hence the name of the blog – Doggy Tales,  I am 100% dyslexic, I hope you enjoy reading  my stories as much as I enjoyed writing them. I self published my book Earth Dogs Don’t Speak in March 2009…

This story is fiction, but as ther...

“Aaagh!” Timmy sat up in bed shaking, he knew he had shouted out in his nightmare and he hoped that his mum hadn’t heard.

That horrid dream where the crash happened crept up on him every night, it didn’t matter what he did it always came back. At least he hadn’t disturbed his mum this time although h...

Shadow, the dog, looked over the fence – she could only just reach the top with her paws – but she had to look because she had heard Ben crying again. She saw Ben sitting on a stone by the shed at the bottom of his garden with his face buried in his hands.

His scruffy clothes looked like the only wat...

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