Brave Baby by Plastic Skateboard
Another song which is fairly new to my playlist. Again, this one evokes the desert/coastal locations for me and those long hot roads. It also mixes the strong desires and emotional conflicts perfectly. Besides, both Vivian and Munro were trying to be cool, and had to be brave instead. Continue reading Three Million’s A Crowd Soundtrack: Second Chances blog tour
I know there were two white dogs, one of which kept falling into the pool and then having to be helped out.
I know there was a fun-run and numbed hands from fishing for water and cool-drinks from the ice-tub.
I know there were a few cool days, but mostly relentless heat which must have short-circuited my brain and so led to this deplorable memory loss and/or loss of time… But there are a few clues of what I’ve been up to. And as for December, well, we’ll get to that… Continue reading Let’s Not Do The Time-Warp, yeah?
This incident happened last December and got me thinking about how being a writer makes me view the world… This piece was first posted on Ello last December. At first, he looked like any beggar at the traffic lights—possibly the … Continue reading Fallen Angel
“So spill!” I said as I placed my cup on the low table.
Audrey took me literally as she set her mug down next to mine. “You’re never gonna believe this!” she began, then grabbed my arm for emphasis, or perhaps she was afraid I was going to run off. “Munro’s applied for Treasure Seekers! And Celia’s partnered with him! They were both accepted as a team; can you believe it!”
Continue reading What’s this story called? And catching up with the Em-dashes
Disclaimer: I’m a growing fan of Carlyle Labuschagne, not just because of her books, but because she’s got to be one of the most honest writers out there. I see Carlyle and think, ‘I want to be her!’ She balances … Continue reading I had to ask: Carlyle Labuschagne
I’ve meant to write about Noisetrade.com since April, soon after I started downloading from the music and eBook site. For a music fan like me, it’s been nothing but a boon. I’d joined to help distribute my eBooks and find more readers, and became a fan of some truly gifted and inspiring music artist in the process. Some of you may know I depend a lot on music to help keep me focused on the feel or action of my work in progress. I’ve found so much great music on Noisetrade to help me with that, that I very seldom … Continue reading Noisetrade: Dispersing Beautiful Music
There’s no better way to start a dull grey Saturday morning than to be treated to breakfast by Clinique SA and RedSquare. Mum and I were invited to just such a breakfast last Saturday at La Lucia Mall to launch … Continue reading Breakfast at Amici’s
My apologies for taking so long to post this. I’ve been trying to verify the facts regarding the rituals, but haven’t been able to do so for everything. It’s best to ask a priest or other knowledgeable person, but be … Continue reading You’re Invited: R’s and K’s Wedding
I missed the #weekendcoffeeshare, but here it is anyway. If we were having coffee right now, I’d tell you it’s been a strange start to the second half of this year, especially when the internet was on the fritz for … Continue reading If we were having coffee…
With the start of the Smashwords Summer/Winter sale, I was surprised at the interest in my two short stories: Slipped Up and Surviving Oblivion. While Slipped Up is a pretty standard supermarket magazine mystery, Surviving Oblivion is not — in … Continue reading Surviving Oblivion — still confounded…