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Friday Fictioneers: Occupational Hazards

This is my entry for this week’s Friday Fictioneers Challenge run by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. This week’s picture prompt was provided by Douglas M. MacIlroy. The challenge is to write a story within 100 words. 126 more words

Creative Writing

I Wonder

Do the people who make children’s TV programs or nature documentaries ever actually consider the large percentage of their viewership that are high as shit at 3am?

Drugs

GREEN RIBBON

It’s January and I’m stood out here in the middle of nowhere on a godforsaken rock in the North Atlantic. High up some icy slope I’m looking down across an empty valley, it’s nearly midnight and it’s very cold. 516 more words

Travel

It's cold already....

This season is somewhat like Limbo – the colours of Autumn have gone as all the leaves have fallen, yet the white of Winter has yet to arrive. 228 more words

Alastair Fothergill on The Making of Planet Earth, Blue Planet and Frozen Planet

Since I’ve been too busy on my course lately to write anything that I’m, not going to get credit for (sorry!), here’s a press release I wrote for a talk my coursemates and I went to… 497 more words

Blog

China’s Sohu to Screen BBC Shows

HONG KONG – Leading Chinese Internet firm Sohu.com has struck a deal with BBC Worldwide to screen the BBC’s factual and drama content to VoD users. 90 more words

News

3rd Jan 2014 - A new home

So its been awhile since updating this, so I figured I’d get back on it. Sat inside 1369 Coffee, in the middle of what seems like the 10th Winter Storm Warning, snow blowing in the square outside but windows steamed up from the endless rows of coffee. 517 more words

Boston