Monthly Archives: July 2012

Word Cramp

It’s been a tough 5 days since my last post. More than tough in fact. I’d possibly go as far as to say brutal. Let me explain… I enjoyed writing that previous post so much, I decided I’d go straight … Continue reading

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London in the Sun

So, the Olympics are nearly here, the sun is out, and aside from a little coffee spillage on my new white trainers, all is well with the world. It’s amazing how a bit of sunshine can make all your problems … Continue reading

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Forty Stories

The other day leaving the tube station on my way to work, I was handed a free promotional first chapter of some new, supposed block buster novel. I forget the name – The Girl in the Hallway, The Girl In … Continue reading

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Denver shootings

Not that I’m in any position to comment on the savage events that happened yesterday in Aurora, Colorado during the late night screening of the new Batman film, but it’s all over the news and it deserves a moment’s thought. … Continue reading

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Axe Murder perks up wet Wednesday afternoon!

While busy trying not to do any work whilst at work this afternoon, I stumbled across the horrific but totally compelling case of the Villisca Axe Murders of 1912. This great article explains pretty much all there is to it, … Continue reading

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What a man needs..!

As I’ve grown older, I’ve realized that boredom is not really something to ‘endured’. As tedious as it may be, really it should be appreciated. Let’s be honest, if we cut out all the boring bits of life, then apart … Continue reading

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The Horror Anthology of Horror Anthologies

So, after a manic week of work, chasing stray cats out of the house, and being generally soaked on by the obstinate London rain,  I finally got chance to sit down and read the “Horror Anthology of Horror Anthologies”, kindly … Continue reading

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