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

Pictures at an Exhibition: One

I don't do nearly enough with the pictures I take. That's all about to change starting this week (well, after this submission is done anyway) because honestly, with the tools I have at my disposal? We can do so much better than this, which is very little. I look up as a reminder that the … Continue reading Pictures at an Exhibition: One

Beautiful Dreamer

That graphic means only one thing, and it's TIME TO LOOK AHEAD. Lots to talk about, so let's get started. This Website Needs Reorganisation If I'm sending potential mentors here, it time to get things sorted. At least two pages as of writing this have no content. I can reorganise some links to be more … Continue reading Beautiful Dreamer

EX/WHI :: Part Four

Previous Part :: Next Part His bitterness is a surprise, Ami concludes with understandable resignation. He’s undoubtedly one of the Good Guys, already warmed to because at no point has any action suggested he’s seeing her as anything other than equal. An increasing conviction emerges that cheap gags or easy answers don’t exist in his … Continue reading EX/WHI :: Part Four

EX/WHI :: Part Two

Previous Part :: Next Part It will soon be insufferably hot in this confined, concrete space: Agent Bishop’s forced to find a CD of Oakenfold dance tracks as entertainment, because there’s no DAB signal in the car park. Radio and TV have both been on the blink for days anyway: something about sunspots and abnormal … Continue reading EX/WHI :: Part Two

May Short Story :: Twilight

This story was first published in 31 parts via Twitter during May. It is now reproduced now in a complete form, and a number of small edits have been added to improve narrative flow. Enjoy. Twilight Chill, damp air swirls across frosted hardness of tundra. No animal will emerge this early, far smarter to remain … Continue reading May Short Story :: Twilight

Words

As a writer, I commit any number of heinous mistakes whenever words are committed to a screen. Over time, those have become easier to spot: word repetition, bad grammar, a real problem knowing where apostrophes go. Earning a high-grade English degree, back in the day, is no guarantee of competence: nouns are naming words, verbs are doing … Continue reading Words