Preparing For Your Holiday: Top Tips Before You Travel

Image Credit  Holidays can be some of the most exciting times, but they can be the most stressful too. You will probably have been looking forward to getting away all year, and you don’t want one small mistake to ruin everything.  With holidays being such a significant expense, we want to get the most enjoyment […]

4 Top Tips For Recovering From Sporting Injuries

Leading an active lifestyle has loads of great benefits. If you are someone who goes out and lives life to the fullest, you’ll no doubt get lots of exercise and fresh air. You probably have quite an active social circle, as filling your life with activities puts you into contact with all manner of interesting people. Keeping active does wonders for your mental health, too, with a direct reduction in stress through regular exercise. 
But what happens when you can’t do this anymore? Having a sporting injury can leave you feeling demoralised, useless, and disconnected. Avoiding hitting a low point can be hard work, and there are a few things that you can do to prevent this from happening. 

Word Count

This isn’t so much a short story; more a character and style experiment. Word Count There is no Dewy Decimal system here. These books are not sorted by genre or author. They are not arranged by colour or size. I would never sort anything by date of publication, or date of anything else for that […]

The Mime Artist

I had been given the keys. I couldn’t play the keys, but I had been given the keys. “How about the bass?” I asked. “I can play the bass” “It messes with the symmetry” they said. One left handed, stage left, One right handed, stage right. I got given the keys. “Okay” I said. “I […]

From the Depths

Was trawling through through the depths of my writing folder today, looking at half finished scripts and long forgotten ideas that lurk in there. Found these early experiments for Al and Ned’s Balding Fringe promotional stuff.

Sky Edge

Finally, after a very stressful year where life got complicated, Sky Edge is now complete. A deadline helped drastically with letting go of the script, as, if left to my own devices, I might have redrafted the script for an infinite amount of time* (*removing all factors that prohibit my infinite existence or ability to write […]

Sky Edge- Progress

On Saturday, I was fortunate to have the opening on the first draft of my current project read by a great bunch of actors. It was great to hear the characters I have spent the past few months imagining, coming to life. In my last blog post, I was talking about the issues I had […]