Last year I made a grand dedication to this blog and produced 52 posts in a year, a post a week. On average I would get anywhere between 20-30 views for any given post and I continue to convert at that rate. Even though I have been far more lack with the rigorousness of my … Continue reading Why Bother?
In 1995 I was two years old and my world and not only my world was about to change. It began with clouds seen perched from the lap of my mother. I had no idea I was witnessing a pivotal change in cinema right there and then, a change that would long hold an impact … Continue reading It began with Clouds
Photo Credit: Ugo on Unsplash We live in a world of now, of instant access and instant gratification, on top of which we place our own needs of immediacy and instantaneousness. I do the same, I want to be a writer and I want to be a writer now, I want to sell my script, … Continue reading Immediacy
Its been over nearly six years now since I returned back home to the city of London, six years since I thought my life had gone as far as it could in the seaside town I had truly grown up and developed in. The decision came in a flash and was impulsive driven by a … Continue reading A Love Affair: Renewed
Photo by Jo Tyson - Unsplash Change happens fast and it will only happen quicker and in grander ways than you will ever give it credit for. No matter how far off in the distance it may seem it will arrive, all those impossibles will line up and you'll find yourself in a whole new … Continue reading Forgetting Memories
177A Bleeker Street. Greenwich Village. New York. A solitary, large grey building which at first appears to be just another function within the villages architecture. When in fact it hides a wonder of secrets, details of spells, of creatures unknown and mysteries of the world, of even the universe. It is the homestead to the … Continue reading Sanctum Sanctorum
On the 31st December 2018 I sat with my parents, basking in the afterglow of having just correctly identified Reverend Green as the heinous murderer, his second time that evening. There were only forty minutes left of the year, as usual I had conjured up zero plans for said evenings festivities and only by chance … Continue reading Starting Positive