No nice way of saying that many of us are having a right crap time of it. Here in England the weather has decided to be a bastard and churn out some clear blue skies while the populace goes on lock down. As for myself, it's been difficult to write much with my little boy … Continue reading Short Story (Part 1): When The Tide Comes In
Ever wondered if the 3D printing an ancient Egyptian priest's vocal track to hear what he sounds like might be a bad idea? Me too.....According to the scientific report in Nature: Synthesis of a Vocal Sound from the 3,000 year old Mummy, Nesyamun:"Only those able to verbally confirm that they had led a virtuous life … Continue reading Short Story: Like the Buzz of Crickets in High Summer
So here's a quick story in response to the Story Dice Challenge #1 - and I really didn't let myself spend too long on it. Somehow it all just came together in my mind, which is quite pleasing in and of itself.
As we kick off February and take a quick flashback to Christmas. It's been noted that I'm notoriously difficult to please when it comes to gifts, and please don't buy this writer any more books! That pile is big enough as it is! And unless you're going to pop a very nice electric guitar in … Continue reading Story Dice Challenge #1