Thank You, Regular Readers

I don’t have a vast readership. Despite my best efforts, I’m not exactly what you might call a ‘successful author’ –¬† either as an on-line blogger or in the number of books sold. So it always pleases me to see the same names and avatars appearing after I post some ditty or other. My regular readers – you know who you are: without you I’d give it up. So thank you for staying with me. Also I’d like to thank those of you for whom English isn’t their¬† first (or sometimes last) language. When I see this on my stats page…

…I wonder what it is you get from reading my piffle and looking at my photos. But whatever it is, I’m glad you’re there to read it. So thank you too. And even those who download the free e-books from Amazon, but don’t return to buy any more: I’m pleased you go to the bother. It’s good to know that people from all around the globe take the time to cast an eye over my work. It’s as good to entertain, as it is to be entertained – that’s what I’ve found in my time on WordPress. I just wish I could earn a few more cents for my trouble; but we won’t mention anything so mercenary, eh?



Tea Dust Art Strikes Again

Well, did you see it in The Masters of Scroton (Part Eleven)? The castle, I mean. The fabulous castle, complete with flying pennant…

Marvelous stuff, the dust cast off by a bunch of tea bags, I mean. I added the colour, of course. But everything else was the random result of gently shaking the dust in the bottom of the tea bag box. Try it yourself – when you’re bored stupid with nothing else to do. The result might surprise you.