Tag: fiction writing

  • Play the Game

    Play the Game

    Some days, you just KNOW something is a good idea. Others take weeks of thought and deliberation, but this was not one of them. Newsletters are a big deal right now, and I need to be making a couple of others on Mailchimp after I’m done here. This one, however, is for the Gamers, of […]

  • Point of View

    DAY 12: Huel for breakfast, followed by an early session of PT. If you wonder what all of that looks like together, in a vastly more accurate visual than Fitbit can produce… there’s an app for that now. Amazingly, you can see the rest between sets here. The blue at each end is my walk to and […]

  • Sing Sing Sing

    Sing Sing Sing

    Sometime, the whole of your existence opens up, spring flower reaching upwards towards sunlight and promise of a new day. Other times, everything is shit and you just want to die. Welcome to the one where someone else’s enthusiasm finally kicked down a door in my brain before storming inside. Julia and I have known […]

  • Forget You

    Forget You

    Today, despite a distinct and obvious wish to tell the entire planet to fuck right off, I’m doing okay. A list was made of things that Need to be Done and as the day wore on, it did the job pretty well. The problem normally in situations such as these is the overriding and often debilitating need to […]

  • Story Time

    Story Time

    Today, I decided to start a story. If you like what you read, maybe I’ll write more.   == The divorce had been far less painful than she ever expected. It’s six months since they were discovered, wrapped around each other like snakes in the space that used to be the centre of her Universe. Now Amy sleeps in […]

  • Where I Stood

    Where I Stood

    The Bechdel Test, if you are not already aware of it, is quite significant for many women in popular culture. In its simplest form? Bechdel ‘asks whether a work of fiction features at least two women who talk to each other about something other than a man. The requirement that the two women must be named is […]