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Revolution

One of the books I’m reading at the moment is Revolution by Russell Brand. I was beginning to think Russell and I were separated at birth. However, on reading his book I see there are some fundamental differences between us. Chiefly I don’t…

Join Me For A Gothic Themed Writing Workshop at ‘Fright Fest’ in Historic Ardagh…

This Saturday the 28th of October, I’ll be giving a Writing Workshop with a gothic theme at Fright Fest in historic Ardagh, Co Longford. The gothic writing genre has always been with us, and while it’s popularity rises and falls, many of it…

How to Develop a Creative Mindset.

Here is something absolutely beautiful for you this dark, wet evening. It’s a piece of music called ‘Come, Gentle Night’ by Polish composer Abel Korzeniowski, click HERE.  If you would ask me how to develop a creative mindset I would …

#MeToo Ophelia

The worst of the storm I think has passed, though don’t quote me. I wish I could say I’ve been using the time creatively but it’s been hard to settle to anything. Yesterday was eerily still and today was all waiting, and worry for lov…

Limitless

I woke to a morning of gold and rustling trees. With a surprising blue sky and bright sunlight. The birds are delighted and sing as brightly as if it were summer. But the garden is unmoved. It lies cool, flowers fading, under a mantle of […]

Slow & Steady Wins The Race…

  Where to start. I can’t believe it’s the 29th of September already. The new school year is well under way and the honeymoon period of starting back after the summer holidays has well and truly passed. I find it incredible that in 2017 we […]

Penny Dreadful

I finally finished Penny Dreadful two nights ago and am bereft ever since. What an astonishing thing it is. I’ve never known anything quite like it, anywhere. You know I have a low tolerance for the gratuitous, and I’ve always said I can’t watch or […]

Inspiration Seeds

It’s been a while since I had the chance to write, think, create intentionally, to work on the books. I think it’s been a week. That’s too long. Yesterday conditions were good, I had time to myself, no place to be, plus it was raining. […]

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