Tea, anyone?

I have just been writing another episode of The Story of Eve. To remind or to inform you readers, The Story of Eve is part of The Flood Novels which began with AWOL The Story of Adam. In this episode, Mother, Evie and their little group reach a sort of refuge and spend their first... Continue Reading →

From The Floodlands..

An Extract: “You, young lady, are most certainly brave. You risked your life for these others whom you do not know.” Her eyes studied me. “You have been in the wilderness for a long time, haven’t you?” I did not know what she meant by wilderness because, for me, it was just the world. “Have... Continue Reading →

Arrives By Accident…

By chance, astronomer Christina Williams spotted a faint trace of light that led her to the discovery of a mythical galaxy. The University of Arizona astronomer saw the shimmering blob in new data from the Atacama Large Millimeter Array in Chile. But something didn't match up. The light was on its own in an area without... Continue Reading →

Reclaimed Cities…

I am currently writing about a city that has been reclaimed by nature, a sort of Chernobyl in the tropics. These places fascinate me as they are examples of how mankind's footprint can be covered over and eventually erased. My city is a semi-tropical one that has undergone the ravages of climate change before eventually... Continue Reading →

AWOL Waiting…

AWOL, The Story of Adam, is a novel for young adults that grips right from the start and never lets go. It is a white-knuckle ride into a dystopian world that is only just beyond ours.  In a world where war, terrorism and world-wide tidal waves have reshaped existence, change is coming in a most... Continue Reading →

Train of Thought…

I was about to start this post with a little introduction to my rather contented state of mind. Since waking, it has been like a warm blanket around me and I haven't shaken it off. I am still wearing it now. Even the gremlin, that has taken up residence in my Apple, has failed to... Continue Reading →

Writer Unblocked…

For a number of years a piece of work has been sitting in my digital graveyard. No, that's not quite true. The work had not been formally laid to rest, rather it was receiving prolonged treatment for conditions associated with creative coma. The patient was not the unfinished novel, it was the half-baked writer. I... Continue Reading →

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