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The self-deprecation. It has to stop. I’ve always shrugged about it – after all, it’s not a big problem being humble, right? – but my wife made a good point the other day which brought a new perspective. If you … Continue reading

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Having finally sat down to watch Holy Flying Circus, having read however many write-ups, having known it was going to be good but having no idea really what to expect – given the batshit-brilliant production – I’m enjoying that wonderful … Continue reading

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Nanowrimo is a must for me this year. I’ve given it thought before, a couple of times back while I was working as a journalist, but this is the first year I’ve approached the 1st November kick off with a … Continue reading

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I’ve been writing about why I haven’t been writing for a long time. Every now and then, one of these posts has been about the process of actually writing, challenges that aren’t about how to sit down and start but … Continue reading

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I’ve been meaning to write about cars and driving, much as I’ve been meaning to blog about my emerging political questions and thoughts, much as I’ve a number of other thought-blips to post about, much as a hundred thousand others. … Continue reading

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I was stood in a small room, one of many small rooms crammed with countless items, and on every surface around me was a paperback book. On each book, a name. Each name, a writer. There’s a website called Jottify, … Continue reading

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A friend of mine tells me he writes early, before everything else about life and the world has risen up and blotted out his impulse. I don’t know how he managed to rise and write before work, because generally when … Continue reading

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