Monthly Archives: January 2017

Twelve and a half years in survival mode, knowing you’ll never be good enough

I’m not particularly good at anything. I’m okay as a writer and I can do a number of things to a certain standard that looks good to someone who doesn’t know anything about those things, like horse-riding and drawing and … Continue reading

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Stories are powerful – let’s make one up together #BeABard

In exactly one month’s time, on Saturday 18th February, I’ll be kicking off the Be A Bard Kickstarter. I could spend all that time yelling at everyone about how storytelling in general and Be a Bard in particular is a great … Continue reading

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Looking forward is the ultimate demonstration of hopefulness

To that end, this is my yearly “All The Stuff I Want To Do This Year And Most Likely Won’t Actually Do” post, which S. J. Higbee and I make a point of doing every year around this time, in … Continue reading

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