A Notebook Full of Words
the random scribbles of a developing writer

Archive for the ‘Not-Writing’ Category

I Killed My Ankle

June 9, 2010

You can probably guess from the title what this blog post is about, so I’ll just say one thing: PE should not be compulsory. I spent the afternoon in hospital — my first time since I was two, and I was going for a clean record — I’m on prescription painkillers that are double-strength, my […]


April 9, 2010

That’s my new (accidental) way of saying hello. I’ve been away for a week, you see. But, looking at my stats, I can tell that I’ve not had any visitors. Which is a pity, but at least it means nobody has missed me. How are you all? I’ve been writing a lot of poetry recently, […]

Good Evening, Friends.

February 1, 2010

I would just like to make an announcement to readers out there: “Hi! How are you?” Because you could be anyone. Of any age. From any where. And so I just thought I’d introduce myself.


January 20, 2010

For all you musicians out there, here’s a website you might find helpful: http://www.irishfiddler.webs.com And yes, I have heard of shameless self-publication. It just never occurred to me that it couldn’t be helpful sometimes. Come on, admit it: you’d never have heard of this site without me. Exactly!


December 16, 2009

It’s snowing! Yay!

Stop the Traffik

December 8, 2009

As some of you know, and some of you don’t, I do a lot of volunteer work for a charity named Stop the Traffik. Their blog is http://www.stopthetraffik.wordpress.com – their website is http://www.stopthetraffik.org And we’re campaigning for fairtrade chocolate. Check out their updates now! Dairy Milk listened to us … how long will it be […]