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Category Archives: Self published Authors
War. Such an ugly word I have always thought. A word that can summon hundreds, thousands to their deaths with a click of its fingers. It destroys lives and creates fear that manifests into a waking nightmare drenched in blood … Continue reading →
If you owned a time machine, to when would you go dear reader? To the past before the internet even existed…no maybe not, that’s a bit too scary. Or maybe you would travel to the future, to see if cars … Continue reading →
Life is incredibly short when you think about it. You are born, go to nursery, school, possibly college or university and before you know it, you’re married with kids working double hours just to pay the mortgage. And then BANG … Continue reading →
Close your eyes dear reader. Take a deep breath. Now imagine a world where Basset hounds can talk, a half-woman, half-cockroach can be summoned to defeat your enemies and happy-go-slash-y samurai roam the land leaving piles of bodies in their … Continue reading →
Good morning beautiful readers. I hope you are all refreshed from yet another weekend of tortuous yet glorious sun. I have some poetry to share with you today. Now I know it’s only Monday, but who wants to get drunk … Continue reading →
Allow me to pose a question to you dear readers. If a tree falls in the middle of a forest and there’s no-one there to hear it, does it still make a sound? What if that forest is filled with … Continue reading →
As I use my hand to shield my eyes from the blistering heat I gaze out at the dust filled wasteland before me. The skeletons of trees threaten to disintegrate at the mere mention of a breeze. The ground crumbles … Continue reading →