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The End is coming

From The Fifteen Paintings website:

The End is a collaborative project that explores the nature of ‘endings’. Fifteen paintings, depicting ‘the end’, by artist Nicolas Ruston will provoke fifteen short fictions by fifteen writers. 473 more words


Release Day: Last Kiss

Legends of worlds past… A Mystery man with a gold coin… A promise of immortality.

Last Kiss

Three Worlds Press

Horror Short

Buried deep in the jungle is a prize, heightened by legends, sought by many, that could break Cesar free of the mines he longs to leave behind. 191 more words

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Being Dad Kickstarter is go!

While I was away last week the Being Dad Kickstarter kicked off. I’ve been unable to blog about it until today though, as I returned home from the First Story Young writers’ Festival to find my broadband (and I say broadband but here in rural Lincolnshire it’s more ‘moderately-wideband’) was on the blink. 641 more words


Being Dad

Been a bit quiet here on the blog, what with the kids off school for the summer. My writing and blogging time has been squeezed by the inevitable increase in Dad time. 387 more words


Jason Hickson becomes third ever Webster student to finish first in a race

This summer, senior cross country runner Jason Hickson took on the responsibility of true dedication. He worked three jobs and ran 80-85 miles a week.  744 more words

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Professor by day, musician by night

Dan Hellinger escapes the busy life of being a college professor by strumming away on his mandolin and singing Americana songs, which include a mix of country, jazz, blues and rock ‘n’ roll. 765 more words

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Former Webster student, current professor publishes first book

Murray Farish once sat in the same desks his students now sit in as a Webster University student. Now, he has a published book and is a full time assistant English professor at Webster.   1,035 more words

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