David Kininmonth, year of `50, has some proposals for self-enrichment, one of which is to click here to return to home page
Return with
Mr Kininmonth
to the comfort of
his home page...
A Quite Impossible Proposal - click here to find out why An Abridged History - click here to be astonished A Handbook of Volapük - click here to learn more Elephantina - click here for a sad tale Novgorod the Great - click here to travel far The Intriguing Life of Maurice Benyovszky - click here to be misled Thomas Müntzer - click here to find out more Scribbling Stories - click here to get stuck in Minor amusements - click here to be slightly amused
RAILWAY?
IMPOSSIBLE!
RAILWAY
(ABRIDGED)
LANGUAGE
(PÖFÜDIK)
ELEPHANT
(EXPIRED)
TRAVELLERS
(HOPEFUL)
BENYOVSZKY
(IGNOMINIOUS)
MÜNTZER
(GODLY)
STORIES
(TALL)
(WHIMSIES)
IN TRANSIT

A VAST COLLECTION OF STORIES

Click here to investigate...You can select the type of story you might want to read, from the dropdown lists below. Or ... if you know of - or can guess - a title or a blurb, tap it in gently down below.
 Or - if feeling frisky - you can just click on one of the stories listed immediately below - selected by magic, seemingly!
 Be warned that not all stories are suitable for adults!
 
Where you see the symbol , then you can click it to get a randomised `You-Might-Also-Enjoy` selection of stories with a similar subject. Maybe. Maybe not.

 The symbol ⤤ beside a story indicates that it will open for you in a new tab or window on your browser.


 
click here to open storyMindfulness - Eeyore teaches mindfulness to the animals of 100-Acre Wood
click here to open storySlight Diversion - A tour bus takes a wrong turning.   ⤤
click here to open storyBoy who did Nothing - The sad consequences of not reporting the day`s activities   ⤤
click here to open storyProud Chieftains - The galactic travels of some tasty aliens   ⤤
click here to open storyBack Page - Some small ads, and some larger, more dangerous, ones   ⤤

Why not just choose a type of story that suits?
Alternatively, do you know or can you guess any word(s) from the title or blurb? If so, stick them here ⇒  
And how do you want the list sorted? Newest first oldest first by title