Another One Bites the Dust

https://twitter.com/InternetofWords/status/1085563549215322112 It was coming. There shouldn't be any surprise at all, on reflection, and (quite usefully) this latest piece of news was learnt after I'd done the incredibly mentally draining 'thing' for the day and therefore, it couldn't make anything worse. Nobody wants to be told they're not good enough, especially in the current climate. … Continue reading Another One Bites the Dust

December Short Story: Solstice

This story was first serialised in 31 daily parts during December via the @AlternativeChat and @InternetofWords Twitter feeds [9am and 4pm GMT respectively.] It is now reproduced in a complete form, a number of small edits and corrections made to improve narrative flow and maintain correct continuity. Enjoy. Solstice In indistinct, freezing first light, Eric … Continue reading December Short Story: Solstice

The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret

Earlier this month, the third Twitter account I run was 'rebranded.' When it was apparent that this blog would end up being my business front, there was a brief but important moment of concern. As an artist, in the broadest sense of the world, there needs to be a third place. I have Home (personal blog … Continue reading The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret

Nobody Does it Better

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOlRiSrpZrg We are living in a Procedural World and I am a Procedural Girl... I absolutely ADORE a good TV Detective show. Ironically, I've not seen a Sherlock episode (but with Christmas coming that will hopefully be amended) but have managed a fair number of CSI's in my time [all flavours.] Right now I'm using … Continue reading Nobody Does it Better

November Short Story: Piper

This story was first published in 30 parts via Twitter during November. It is now reproduced in a complete form, a number of small edits and corrections made to improve narrative flow and maintain correct continuity. Enjoy. Piper Maggie Piper can’t sleep, won’t take the chance she’ll miss her son again. It’s 1.15 am, brain's … Continue reading November Short Story: Piper

Losing my Religion

Music is an undisputed influence in my life. Imagery comes a close second. TV and Film get talked about a lot around these parts, and honestly there's lists for both you can go stare at if all that matters is a rundown. What moves me most, every day, is the beauty of simplicity. Imagery is … Continue reading Losing my Religion

Look Up

We're behind, which for those of you on Social media will be no surprise. My second computer, pretty much essential for remote work and gaming, has become nothing more than an expensive paperweight. It has forced a fairly significant rethink not only of working space but of the next few weeks, and it is with … Continue reading Look Up