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Unsung Hero Update

May 25, 2010

So, how’s it going with you? I’m okay. Unsung Hero — my latest novel, but this time not a 50,000 word challenge — is going well! I’m almost at 60k, and I’m not too far into Part 2, so that’s good. Everyone’s who read it so far has liked it and only one didn’t cry […]


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, […]

My Friend’s Harp

March 12, 2010

I used to love that harp. It was never in tune, But I didn’t care. Good enough for me. I loved the bottom string – usually a tone flat – And when you plucked it, It went right through you. I’d run my fingers up and down, An ecstatic glissando, While my friend laughed, To […]

Protagonize Presents … Musicians’ Corner!

March 2, 2010

New topic up at the Protagonize Pub, perfect for all those writers who secretly play the accordian/banjo/electric guitar/drums/{insert annoying instrument of your choice} in their spare time. But don’t think I’m biased against them or anything. Actually, I quite like accordians. So, feel like joining us? You know how to get to Protagonize – or […]