On trying To Become A Writer…

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Read-After-Burnout-com-Adventures-ebook/dp/B07DQXPGGS/ref=pd_sim_351_1/259-2127992-2690124?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B07DQXPGGS&pd_rd_r=2cac005d-230e-4067-abcf-d81da19031ad&pd_rd_w=Gs6TA&pd_rd_wg=ri7fw&pf_rd_p=1b8636ae-4f21-4403-a813-e8849dd46de4&pf_rd_r=K0QDE8QAPWBY2CFM79ZE&psc=1&refRID=K0QDE8QAPWBY2CFM79ZE This is what happens when you wake in the middle of the night, go downstairs, discover that the devil has broken into to your life, consider suicide, take medication, leave your job, almost leave your wife and kids, consider everything that has brought you to this place and take up the pen against whatever... Continue Reading →

Self-promotion…

5.0 out of 5 starsThought-provoking and moving...17 August 2018Format: Kindle EditionVerified PurchaseA moving, yet humorous account of a man’s struggle after “burnout”. Very well written and thought-provoking.HelpfulCommentReport abuseLisa Keeble5.0 out of 5 starsOriginal, funny and sad all rolled into one18 June 2018Format: Kindle EditionI came across this author via the blogging world and I was... Continue Reading →

Breaking Through a Breakdown…

I wrote this book as therapy. It was a document of my breakdown which my doctor renamed 'Burnout'. I liked Burnout as it seemed to have less of a stigma about it. I changed my name to Mathew and my wife's to Sophie. I changed some others names just so they didn't sue me. Beyond... Continue Reading →

99p What does it get you?

Bottle opener keyring. Note to self: opening beer bottles with your teeth is bad! We’ve all tried it, but spare your teeth and always have a handy bottle opener on your keyring.  Print photos. Print off those precious selfies with friends, family and pets and fill photo albums or pin boards. Visit sites like Snapfish where you can... Continue Reading →

Hope For A Dystopian Future

First review: Angie 5.0 out of 5 stars Hope For A Dystopian Future 30 July 2019 -  Published on Amazon.comVerified PurchaseExcellent storytelling that is succinct. The action moved forward at a constant pace that kept me turning page after page. The author gives just enough information to understand the characters without bogging the reader down. There... Continue Reading →

1996 Turn of the Year

We had returned to the UK for the Christmas holidays. It seemed to be a good idea at first, all that joviality and love. We had taken a coach from Vitoria right through to London. It seemed to be the right thing to do. Unfortunately, people tend to get in the way. The coach was... Continue Reading →

Thought-less

The sun is out. I am awake. There are no thoughts in my head. I sit down, duty-bound, to write. I had a dream last night. A couple of students did not want to enter my classroom because I was boring and useless. I had woken to let the cat out and was wondering at... Continue Reading →

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