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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, David Wellbrook’s fourth book of short and not so short stories, Zoo, offers up an absorbing mix of twenty tales from humour to horror, to non-fiction and stand-out drama.


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Having started his career writing on the Daily Mail, Wellbrook expertly cuts his wordcount down to the bone in his stories, whilst still ensuring that none of the nuance, action or climax of his narration is lost. Inspiration for the more amusing stories (which he confirms generally ring true to what happened) is pulled from his vast array of life experiences.

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Since the pandemic, short stories have found a new lease of life that has publishers looking more favourably on the genre. David Wellbrook’s passion for the format ensures a constant contrast as readers read their way through this compelling assortment, putting him squarely at the forefront of the literary zeitgeist. With an eclectic mix of short stories that will amuse even the hardened of personalities, ZOO has something for everyone, hence the title.

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David Wellbrook

David Wellbrook

Privately educated at Alleyn’s School in Dulwich, David Wellbrook left school to work at the Daily Mail newspaper in London to for two years before taking 6 months off to write and submit short stories to magazines. He went on to work as an estate agent in London before becoming a property developer, buying and selling flats.

In 1990, Wellbrook set up his own driving school which employed over 10 instructors at its height.

Now living on the borders of Kent and London with his Portuguese wife, Wellbrook works as an app developed and TV journalist. He  appreciates a variety of literary genres from which he takes inspiration for his own writing.

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