Here are nine signs that your friend might be a spoonie but hasn't said anything.
Here are five blogs I enjoy that span a wide range of surprisingly riveting subjects from world-building to walking straight and from cooking to crows...
Finishing your first draft is a highly emotional experience. Many people think that it is the end of writing a book but I'm afraid it is only the beginning...
It's cold. And wet. And miserable. So let's talk about something warm and lighthearted for a change. Here's my five favourite teas (with bonus honourable mentions!).
Because what fun would life be if it was actually easy?
Run a quick search through your favourite search engine and you will find thousands upon thousands of articles listing The Top X Books of All Time Ever or X of the Worst Books Not Worth the Paper They're Printed On. They come in a crazy variety of categories including (but not limited to) Thriller, Romance, … Continue reading Five Books That Shaped Me As A Writer
My parents done good. As one of the few who have first-hand experience of being raised by them, I stand by the truth of this statement. Yesterday marked a rather significant day in my life, one which was probably pretty memorable for my parents. So in honour of the fact that they have never given … Continue reading 22 Things My Parents Taught Me
Every culture and sub-culture has its own unique language. Each uses words and phrases which either mean something different to their normal usage or simply don't exist outside of that particular circle. Evangelism is no different. *Note: Evangelism is a form of culture but that's a discussion for another day* There are phrases and abbreviations … Continue reading The Complete Tracter’s Dictionary (Abridged Version)
There are a lot of memes going around about this year. Memes about this year going around, that is. Some of them are actually quite funny. No one can deny that it has been a rather peculiar year for everyone. So in light of all the sadness, strangeness, and semi-unexpected nonsense going on this year … Continue reading Onwards and Upwards
Don't you hate how smug people who live outside of Scotland are about our weather? They fall into one of two camps, the eye-rollers or the gloaters. The eye-rollers do just that whenever we tell them they should bring their anoraks. They assume that we are just indulging the great British hobby of complaining about … Continue reading Stuff To Do On Rainy Days