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TAKING THE BULL BY THE HORNS

05/05/13

Ok. Enough shilly-shallying, prevaricating and procrastinating. The time has come. The moment is nigh.As you know, I have been wittering on about my writing ambitions for a couple of years…

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MY ADVENTURES IN CYBERSPACE

04/30/13

I caused a bit of a kerfuffle amongst my friends yesterday. It was quite unintentional…. well maybe not entirely but it was an interesting and thought provoking experience nonetheless.Early in…

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SELF DOUBT AND THE GREAT IDEA

04/14/13

It’s been a while. Sorry. Life kind of got in the way, you know how it does.At the moment I’m very animated about a story that I’m writing. Write what…

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MY MAD MONTH OF MARCH

04/03/13

Over the years, I have found that the difference between being busy and being stressed lies in the level of control that I have over a situation. There can be…

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FAST FICTION – CONSPIRACY

04/02/13

‘Who can tell me what happened on 20th July 1969? Yes. That’s right. America first landed on the moon. And who knows who took the first step? Right again. That was Neil…

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FAST FICTION – AVENGE

04/01/13

The sky above them was leaden and she wondered if it always rained at funerals. It would seem unnatural if the sun was beating down, as though the gods were…

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FAST FICTION – SERENDIPITY

03/30/13

The view took Caitlin’s breath away. The contrast between the deep blue sky and the terracotta roofs was achingly beautiful. The sunlight bounced off the white tiles of the Duomo…

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FAST FICTION – MEMORY

03/29/13

When we were ten we went to stay at our uncle’s house. He wasn’t really our uncle, just a friend of our dad’s. The house was massive. There was a…

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FAST FICTION _ FLIMFLAM

03/28/13

‘A whisky, please.’‘Coming up sir.’‘I needed that.’‘That’ll be £5 please sir.’‘Damn. No money. I need to pop to the cash machine round the corner.’‘I need payment sir or I’ll lose…

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FAST FICTION – UNICORN

03/27/13

‘What are you going to go for?’ the tattoo artist asked. Lola continued to flick through the well thumbed folder of options. Each page was protected by a plastic sleeve and…