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Bolt Action Scenario – Rearguard action

The Gen These are desperate times. British forces are struggling to hold back the German forces. All units not currently engaged with enemy units have been ordered to withdraw to the Southern Command Stop lines where high command hopes they will be able to hold the Germans back whilst reinforcements race south. Whilst most units … Continue reading

If you thought you were scared of clowns now …. just wait.

Coulrophobia, the fear of clowns. And, let’s face it, clowns can be downright fucking scary. Some are funny, some are tragic, some – such as mimes – are deserving of a 9 mil pill. But some, such as Pennywise the Dancing Clown’ are evil, pure focussed evil. Some people avoid their fear, others embrace their … Continue reading

The art of blogging, I passed my first grading

Lots of people write blogs. Some write them to record their thoughts and lives, writing an invaluable historical account of life in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Others write them to comment on aspects of more serious matters such as politics, economics, the environment and animal welfare for example. Yet more, me included, write blogs … Continue reading

A change of direction, and a bit more focus

Those few of you that read this blog will know that I have one published martial arts book, a number of published and to be published short stories and one steampunk novel that is currently doing the rounds. Aside from those I also have a number of stories that have either been rejected, or that … Continue reading

A book signing is what you make of it!

Originally posted on YOURS IN STORYTELLING…:
I just got back from my book signing at the Scotia Square Coles outlet – and it was a good signing and a bad one – and I’ll tell you why. For starters, it was a fine and sunny day. Unfortunately, that is NOT optimal book signing weather. For…

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