Author Archives: dimorphism

A genius passes away – farewell Ray Bradbury

Farewell to Ray Bradbury who painted pictures in my head and gave wings to my imagination. You were an inspiration to me Ray.

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Flying fish show the way

On the last day of the holiday in Fuerteventura I was first out on the sea. As I sliced through the dark, deep water on the outside, a school of flying fish broke the surface around me and glided ahead, … Continue reading

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St. Pauls’ Cathedral, with a toothbrush.

D told me that the author George R. R. Martin said in a recent interview that writing a novel was like “cleaning St. Paul’s cathedral with a toothbrush!” I think I know how he feels. It’s 7:30 on a Saturday … Continue reading

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The funniest thing on the internet!

Veet for Men – Reviews at Amazon Some people have WAY too much time on their hands! 🙂 I’m glad they do.

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What is Art?

This was my attempt to capture the mood of the sea last time I went windsurfing. Another partial success I fear. 😉 Here’s a link well worth a look for the art aficionados among you… Art…get it?

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ePublishing Beckons

The excitement of being on the penultimate chapter of the rewrite of my novel is somewhat tempered by the receipt this week of two more rejections from agents taking the total to five (this draft). You’d think, that with all … Continue reading

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MI6 isn’t Spooks

Gareth Williams was almost certainly a transvestite (get over it). Here are the clues: he had a woman’s wig in his home, he had thousands of pounds of women’s clothes and we have been shown photographs of him in full … Continue reading

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