I’m very happy I’ve hit my first milestone. It may not seem a lot, but to me it’s massive. Thank you to everyone who has followed and supported my blog especially Shamby who was my 100th follower. To celebrate I have updated my about page and replaced my awful picture with a more up to […]Read more "Yeah 100 followers!"
This is my favourite blog post of all time!Read more "13 Reasons why being a writer feels like something from Harry Potter #Writer #HarryPotter"
Just got back from London and visited The Making Of Harry Potter. It was as good as I hoped and the kids loved it (well one of them did). The highlight for me was seeing Dumbledore’s office, although the lesson in wand technique will come in useful. The merchandise was amazing I’m sitting here surrounded […]Read more "It all started in a Café"
Originally posted on Hugh's Views & News :
If I had children I would do all I could to make sure they never got out of control. I do the same with my dog, Toby. When he was a puppy I took him to training classes and, on the odd occasion when he does disobey…
Ok I’m exaggerating but I have left the sunny shores of Devon and traveled to the capital for a family holiday. It’s been over 5 years since our last visit and forgotten how rude and unpleasant people can be. The underground is bad enough but today in Covent garden some one physically pushed oldest […]Read more "3 ways London will destroy your soul"
Edit 16/9/16 – Just noticed a few recent views of this old post. I would just like to say have have significantly re-written this chapter several times this version is rubbish! I promised myself if I got over 100 views in one day I would post chapter 1 of my book, unfortunately this happened yesterday […]Read more "A True Wizard – Chapter 1"
I don’t normally write this sort of thing it’s a tad too personal. Obviously it’s not been cured by using a quill. I wouldn’t want you to get the wrong impression either, being dyslexic is not the end of the world. Although it’s classed as a disability it’s a long way from being the worst. […]Read more "A quill cured my dyslexia"
I’ve been working on an article for my blog for over a week. Normally I don’t do that I just write something quickly and post, like this one. But for once I thought I would write what I hope is a more thoughtful piece. This isn’t it by the way, I’ll probably post it tomorrow […]Read more "Is it so hard to think of a headline?"
Originally posted on readers+writers journal:
Adults Who Read Report More Life Satisfaction By Michael Grothaus via Fast Company My favorite book is War and Peace. And I know what you’re thinking: “Oh, another writer wanting people to think he’s all intellectual and highbrow.” But it really is my favorite book, only not because it has…