Forget politics and all the other crap going on in the world right now and lose yourselves for a while ... James Corden has aspirations on being Queen's front man and you know what? He's pretty damn good! https://youtu.be/LUuuWyCkS_U
As it says in the blurb ... wake up the writer in you and after a weekend in the company of Adrienne Dines and Barbara Large of Creative Words Matter held at Jersey's Arts Centre this weekend, this aspiring writer has been awake all night. We are so incredibly lucky on our small island of Jersey... Continue Reading →
galoot noun. an awkward, eccentric, or foolish person Fortunately, it does not translate into Mongolian I hope galoot doesn't describe me. I maybe a little wacky, a little awkward at times, but I am no fool, even if I am irritating myself at the moment due to these intermittent skirmishes I keep having with the... Continue Reading →
I have been struggling with the curse of the scribblers recently, the dreaded Writer's Block. So I heeded Mr Bukowski's* advice and am writing about it. I have come to the conclusion that mine is due to Congestion Block. In a five minute car journey, can think if hundreds of topics, plots and places, that... Continue Reading →
"AHHHHGGGGGGGHH!!!! I can't do it, can't do it!" The cat sat in the mat ... it wasn't a rat ... "0h God I hate this!" "Cassie will you write something for me? Pleeeaaazzzzze?" ... "O.K. The dog sat on the cat. What do you think of that?!" "OK ... It's a start ..."
Maya Angelou - 4th April 1928 to May 28th 2014 “What I try to do is write. I may write for two weeks ‘the cat sat on the mat, that is that, not a rat.’ And it might be just the most boring and awful stuff. But I try. When I’m writing, I write. And... Continue Reading →
I seem to be having problems with my palabras and I am in a panic. I am more than capable of churning out a 1000 words a day and generally after a day's work. I may stay up most of the night to achieve it but I get such a buzz having done it, I... Continue Reading →