Monthly Archives: September 2015

You can read my books on-line – and I didn’t even know it!

I was nosing through the Internet in search of my books, when I chanced upon Google Books. What caught my attention was the fact that I could read an entire book there. The book  that most interested me was this … Continue reading

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Free PDF Copy of ‘Tooty Nolan’s The Where House’!

What with the Hamster-Sapiens books quickly becoming forgotten relics, I decided to dish out a free PDF copy of the first in the series – namely this one… …in the hope that it might revitalize the genre. To take a … Continue reading

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Wallpaper 158: Broken Bracken

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Country Folk: Carrot Crunchers?

The rural inhabitants of Britain have, for too long, been known as Carrot Crunchers. Well I have photographic evidence that should overcome that image. And here it is… Yes, that’s right; we’re really all Marrow Munchers! Actually the offender here … Continue reading

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Nature Inspired by Science-Fiction

We’ve often heard how engineers and inventors are inspired by the ideas of science-fiction writers; but what about nature? Is it possible that the natural world is also influenced by the very same source. Here are three photos that support … Continue reading

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Job Done

A while back I asked the question of my readers, “Do my Earplug Adventures characters swear too much?” I thought they did, and so, apparently did you. The episode reminded me of the successful British comedian, Frank Skinner, whose live … Continue reading

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What the Brain Sees

I have a chum who, like me, sees images in strange places – like stains, random patterned wallpaper, blobs of rust or mud, or, in this case, a dirty lump of sawn wood… My chum saw a horse. Can’t see … Continue reading

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