Welcome to Lightcudder’s World. No long diatribe here about the rights and wrongs of canon, or tags, or what I believe in, or what you should read, or what I think about UFO or other writers. I write UFO stories. Simple as that. You are welcome to read them if you wish. Comments always appreciated
In the Service of Others 10,000 The end of TImelash
Driving Force 14,000 Who is Edgar Strachan?
Regretfully, I find it once more necessary to make the following absolutely clear, (despite several malicious and false comments posted elsewhere.) Continue reading
Following the success of SHADO CON in June 2017, we are delighted to announce SHADO CON 2 to be held in the
Saturday June 30th 2018.
Deborah Grant and David Collings from Psychobombs, Alan Perry, and James Winch with his SHADO Jeep and original UFO props.
More guests to be announced.(all guests appear subject to work commitments)
For updates go to: SHADO CON (facebook group)
Grateful thanks to An Delen Dir for the loan of one of her characters. I will take great care of him. Promise. And to dragon, who not only makes an appearance, but gave me valuable help.Thank you to both of you. This story is set some time after Calan Geaf by An Delen Dir
‘Coming?’ There was no reply, but Straker was used to that. He frowned more in amusement than annoyance and walked on, turning round once to call to his companion. ‘I’m not waiting for you.’
He paused, shrugged his shoulders and opened the outer office door, making sure it remained open behind him. Another scorching day, the sun blazing in a brilliant blue sky and the heat-haze shimmering over the sticky tarmac of the car park. Even the brief walk from his vehicle had made his shirt cling to his back. For once, it would be pleasant to spend the day in the coolness of the underground and air-conditioned workspace. He tugged off his sunglasses with a sigh of relief.
‘Alone, Commander? Is everything all right?’ Miss Ealand gave him a look of concern.
Straker tilted his head and shrugged. ‘He’s flirting with Janice in Reception. Seems to think he stands a chance of getting what he wants from her. He’ll be along soon.’ Continue reading
SHADO CON is GO! Continue reading
Author’s note: The following takes place at the very end of Timelash
A kaleidoscope of blurred and unrecognisable faces appeared, voices echoing and distorted, but he could make out the words. ‘It could open his mind or destroy it.’
And he retreated to the only safe place he knew. Continue reading
There will be a new UFO story posted here early in January. Not a ‘Christmas ‘ story per se, but a new one all the same. And then I will be taking a break from UFO for a few months. For the last couple of years I have been focussing on my professional writing and I need to finish editing the next novels I have waiting to be published next year, as well as continue work on three new ones that are in various stages of development.
As a result, I will be posting here less frequently, although I will continue to write UFO. But, for anyone who wants to read older Christmas UFO ??
One Wish at Christmas (angst, character death, paranormal)
Fluff (fluff – lots and lots of fluff)
Stopping By Woods (snow. and more snow)
And for anyone who hasn’t read the following fabulous stories by AnDelenDir
The Fishmonger’s Daughter
Companion (Adult themes)
Ltcdr is pleased to announce S.H.A.D.O. CON. A one day event for fans of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson’s cult series UFO
To be held on SATURDAY 3rd JUNE 2017 at The QUAD cinema Market Place, Derb
Ayshea Brough – Lt Ayshea Johnson
Michael Jayston – Russell Stone (The Sound of Silence)
Plus more guests to be announced… (Guests appear subject to personal/professional commitments)
Tickets will be on sale early 2017
Details on the S.H.A.D.O. CON facebook page HERE
‘Colonel? A word please.’ Ford beckoned to Alec Freeman.
‘Not sure. It’s Commander Straker’s car – ’ Continue reading
He had no idea how much time had passed while he lay in the tranquil dimness. No words confusing his mind, no voices filtering into his thoughts, to twist and warp his perception. He let his body relax, let his limbs, still quivering with exhaustion, recover. Tiredness crept over him but he was cold now, too cold to sleep and his bed was waiting. He sat up and looked around. What was he doing here, in the dark? This place, this car was unfamiliar and he shivered. Continue reading
Keith fastened his seat belt. Lockhart and the rest of the team were still talking, voices muted as they completed final checks before boarding. After ten days the search was close to ending.
No one in Headquarters had questioned the recent activities, despite Colonel Freeman’s preoccupied demeanour and Foster’s reposting to the safety of Moonbase They must have known something was amiss, but they accepted the curt explanation that Straker had been involved in a car crash and was recuperating. Continue reading