As you can tell, I will do almost anything for a title that alliterates sometimes. In the last fortnight I've been really happy with my progress on my works in progress. I've been focusing mainly on the project I mentioned last week which we'll refer to as SSHK for short. Here's some photographic evidence of … Continue reading Wednesday Wupdates
Apologies for my wee absence
See what I did there? 😛 Yes, I am in Scotland (which I feel is sufficient excuse for my lack of posts)! You can read all about my overseas adventures on my travel blog! 😀 You are probably here, however, to read about my writing. It is, after all, Wednesday and I owe you for a … Continue reading Apologies for my wee absence
Fare thee well.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcSqI1KZiLI Christmas is only a few days away and I'm baffled as to how the year has passed so quickly! Because of Christmas and my impending overseas adventures, this will be my last post for 2014. This year has been eye-opening in many ways, both in my personal life and for my writing. At the … Continue reading Fare thee well.
A study of local fauna: The Cyclist.
The Lycra-clad Cyclist is a unique species, increasingly common in parts of urban and rural Australia. Distinguishable by its bright coat and specially evolved head-gear, the Lycra-clad Cyclist is seen by some as a pest, both due to its foreign origins and its prevalence on the roads at dawn and dusk. Originating from Europe, the Lycra-clad … Continue reading A study of local fauna: The Cyclist.
Lost in the Wilderness
It is a truth universally acknowledged that all of us are looking - for something or someone or somewhere, we are looking for that thing which we feel would complete us. Living in a young country where European migrants constitute the majority of the population and capitalist culture is the milk we raise our children … Continue reading Lost in the Wilderness
Adieu…but not just yet.
In less than four weeks time I'll be aboard a plane, soaring over the atlantic ocean towards Europe. And finally, I am excited. Still, it seems surreal. I still can't quite manage to hold the reality of my mundane working life, which seems an endless trial, against the almost magical truth that I will be … Continue reading Adieu…but not just yet.