Monthly Archives: July 2014

Mess

About eleven months ago, my friend Rhino Water (not his real name, obviously) came to visit Bath for a while. Usually he lives very far away, in Ipswich, and so visiting him isn’t something I can do very easily, so … Continue reading

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Diplomacy

For a short time, I was an MDSA once again but that job has now come to an end. I was only there for about a month, which is a shame because I’d have liked to stay longer. Each day, … Continue reading

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Dreamcatcher by Stephen King

In 1999 Stephen King was in a horrible accident which left him with a long and difficult recuperation period. Dreamcatcher is the first novel he wrote after this accident and while it may be a story about aliens and psychic … Continue reading

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Echoes of the Past

As the years go by, we often find that we’ve let our friends slip through our fingers. Sadly, this was the case with my old friend Mike Wing. Anybody who’s been reading this blog may have realised that he makes … Continue reading

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Girlfriend

The summer of 2011 was just as lovely as the summer we’re currently enjoying. I remember that on one day I was out in Corsham and enjoying a delicious lunch of a Co-Op Low Fat Cheese & Onion Sandwich and … Continue reading

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Back to the Future: The Game

You might be hesitant when you hear about Back to the Future: The Game because a lot of video games which tie into movie franchises are not of a very high quality and just seem to be quickly made in … Continue reading

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Accent

As I recently mentioned, I started working as an MDSA again. This time I work at a primary school rather than a secondary one, so it is rather different in a few ways. Anyway, today I was out in the … Continue reading

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Motorway

I passed my driving exam about a year and a half ago. I don’t drive that often because I don’t really need to, but I think I drive often enough and on Saturday I drove on the motorway for the … Continue reading

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Holes by Louis Sachar

This is one of those children’s novels which I imagine will appeal to all ages, even if you’re not the kind of person who’ll usually be interested in things with a younger target audience. Holes contains a large cast of … Continue reading

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Try Everything

I started writing regular prose in 2004, though I had been creating little picture and comic books since at least 1997. Sadly, at least 90% of my pre-2004 work is lost, which is a shame, but from around 2004 onward, … Continue reading

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