We’ve actually managed to have some fairly good weather here of late, which may have slightly hampered my writing progress. For example, Howard and I decided this Sunday to go out for a carvery for lunch.
I have to admit that it was a pretty good Sunday roast, but I didn’t manage to finish it all. Somebody had decided we were going to sit next to the window. He chose the seat in the shade and I ended up with the one in the sun, which doesn’t sound that terrible until you’re half way through a hot roast and you feel like your skin is melting off from the heat.
Continue reading “Shopping, Sunshine, & Site Progress”
Do you guys like the new blog title list format? I’m seeing a lot more hits lately when I post titles like this, but I don’t know if that’s due to the information in the title or just a general garnering of more interest on the web. Of course, it would be lovely if the hits meant more comments too, but I’ll take what I can get.
If you follow me on facebook or twitter, then you may be aware that I’ve been fiddling with the lay out of my books page recently. I wanted to make it a bit more user friendly and add a few more pictures than just a wall of text.
Continue reading “Baying For Blood, Work & Anniversaries”
Every now and again I like to post some of my poetry up here. It doesn’t always make sense so I ask you to understand of it whatever you will.
I hope you like these pieces. As always, they are pieces of me that I perhaps don’t voice as I should. Hopefully, they are more beautiful written down than they could ever truly be spoken out loud in hurried words.
[This poetry post started & finished circa 08/10/11 – 15/10/11]
Continue reading “Sunshine Of Your Love”
As you know, @LadyAntimony has taken to giving out new fiction challenges every month. As this is October, the month where the veil between the living and the dead is at its thinnest, she’s decided on a ghoulishly good challenge to keep us all on our toes.
In a similar vein to the lovely Stevie McCoy’s Tuesday Tales challenges, we have set words to fit into our challenge entries. But don’t think it’s just that simple! They will be creepy caricatures of four different ghastly beings. The first three beings are set, but the fourth is up for choice.
As if that couldn’t be hard enough, Lady A has cranked the word count down to a difficult 250 words.
Continue reading “A Ghastly New Challenge”