A little poem I wrote in memory of my grandfather.
I anticipate the arrival of ‘La Belle Sauvage’, the first part of Philip Pullman’s sequel trilogy to ‘His Dark Materials’.
In this post I examine the recently released covers and sample extract from the upcoming book.
It was very sad news indeed to learn that Michael Bond, author of the Paddington Bear books, had passed away. Here’s an obituary and my relationship with his most famous character.
After five years I have finally decided to conduct a thorough redesign of the website.
Hey everyone, please take a look at this poem I wrote recently.
And yes, the lower case thing is intentional, you can do what you want in poetry right?
During my first year at University I lived in Wantage Hall.
Opened in 1908 it was the first university hall of residence outside of Oxford or Cambridge.
Another poem from me, hope you guys enjoy! As for what it means, well who am I to say? You decide for yourselves.
An exclusive interview with Aaron Richards, reflecting on his time playing young Mycroft Holmes in the Sherlock episode ‘The Final Problem’.
Why do the whispers in the mind And scissor blades upon the skin Inspire in me, so deep within Words to feed my hungry soul. And why does anger light the spark Igniting fire within that dark And destitute pit of trite. No other time, does my hand move And start to scrawl, with coarse…
Sophie, my number one home dawg, goes to Bath University, so we planned a little squad trip to visit her, and check out the famous Bath Christmas Market at the same time. The market, which has been running since 2000, is one of the largest in the UK. Reams and reams of little sheds are…