Without a Safety Net

By Lesley Hayes

Short stories | eBook


This second collection of short fiction by Lesley Hayes is called ‘Without a Safety Net’ with good reason. The people in these stories have all arrived at a turning point in their lives, and in very different ways face an uncertain leap into an unknown future. Their predicaments lay bare the intricacy of human relationship and emotion, and the choices we feel compelled to make. Reading their dilemmas, and their sometimes thwarted hopes and intentions, will strike a familiar chord, may make you wince in recognition, and often touch you unexpectedly with their poignant humanness.



Lesley Hayes lives in Oxford, UK and prior to becoming a psychotherapist was regularly published in literary and women's magazines, and for two years had a weekly slot on BBC Radio Oxford reading her short stories. Her successful career as a psychotherapist over the ensuing years took her away from fiction writing, but brought quite different rewards. It was a fork in the road she never once regretted taking, and she was aware of using many of same creative skills and insights. During the past seven years the compelling urge to write fiction has again emerged, and she has given in gracefully to the inevitable return to her first love. Her novels and short stories are all available on kindle and in paperback.


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Lesley Hayes lives in Oxford, UK and prior to becoming a psychotherapist was regularly published in literary and women's magazines, and for two years had a weekly slot on BBC Radio Oxford reading her short stories. Her successful career as a psychotherapist over the ensuing years took her away from fiction writing, but brought quite different rewards. It was a fork in the road she never once regre...


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