Archive for April, 2019
Having been furiously busy with editing for the previous three weeks I awarded myself a two-day holiday in Whitby, taking the train there on Thursday 18th April and returning on Saturday 20th. A twelve-hour day of catching up with backlog…Continue
Is climate change a matter for debate?
Apparently the answer is “Yes”, though in some cases ‘debate’ seems a less apposite description than ‘tirade’ or ‘tantrum’. President Trump is not alone in declaring the notion of climate change a ‘hoax’. Two weeks ago, Sir David Attenborough presented…Continue
Are we eroding the right to freedom of speech (and thought)?
A little while ago, the Australian rugby union fullback Israel Folau posted a message on Instagram stating that drunkards, thieves, homosexuals and atheists were destined for Hell. As a result, Folau has been ejected from the Australian team for making…Continue
My novelette has been e-published today!
Charlotte Holley of Gypsy Shadow Publishing, Texas, has e-mailed to tell me that The Definitive Biography of St Arborius of Glossopdale and his Thin Dog, by a Learned Academic has been published in e-book form today, Tuesday April 2nd 2019,…Continue