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At this rate I'll forget where we took the pictures

I thought September would be a slowish month, a good month to write a travel journal. Wrong! And October doesn’t look any too leisurely, either. At this moment, I’d rather fold those clothes in the dryer than focus on a blog post. 510 more words

The Case of the Missing Bible - Chapter 6

Chapter 6

The back door opened, a tall sandy haired man in his mid thirties dressed in a green dress shirt and dark blue slacks walked in. 685 more words


Wyandot Tehaondechoren - 'He who splits the country in two'

This Wednesday evening please join the Writers’ Ink Alton Chapter to hear Dr.John Steckley, a Canadian scholar specializing in Native American studies and the indigenous languages of the Americas. 112 more words

Alton Chapter

Neill Cameron and Daisy Johnson - Transformers Podcast

Something different here at my website today. A podcast instead of a blog post. A podcast discussing that most profound of subjects… TRANSFORMERS!

What can giant fighting robots teach us about stories? 160 more words


Noir - The Shadows Grace

So, now that I have committed myself to writing a 50000 word novel in a month I’m quite excited. It is nice to be thinking about something other than The Serpentine Court and checking to see if anyone has got back to me about it, and it is nice to face the challenge of thinking about how I am going to write it. 314 more words


‘No comment’ doesn’t mean ‘no story’

Journalists find it extremely frustrating if an organisation presents a bland, institutional face. If you are facing negative press, have a prepared statement ready, but don’t forget that journalists will want to hear both sides of the story. 74 more words