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Ewan Lawrie

The picture is me signing copies of my novel, Gibbous House at Unbound Books HQ in Islington by the canal.
Both Moffat novels are available here

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The Picture Ranch 65

Hmm... let's see now... can I get to the end of this somehow? Image created from pd elements by author.
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Where Are They?

We are living in the future now. It's not like they said it would be. Image created at Pulp-O-Miser.com by me. Audio link at end.
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The Art of Noises : A Futurist's Manifesto

“In antiquity, life was nothing but silence. Noise was really not born before the 19th century, with the advent of machinery. Today noise reigns supreme over human sensibility.” Luigi Russolo Not for much longer. I am equivocal about that. Image is from google books, the book is out of print and in the public domain.
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The Picture Ranch 64

Okay... maybe some resolution around the corner... who knows? (Clue,not me!) Image by me created at canva.com
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The Picture Ranch 63

And now for more of this, or not, as the case may be. Image Licence CCA-SA 4.0 International / Image creator Mselig111 / Image Source Wiki Commons

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242 of my comments have received 261 Great Feedback votes

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There will be

Posted on Mon, 10 Feb 2020

...but as you know I'm writing Moffat III at the moment (12,000 words and counting). I always have a vanity project going, whilst I'm writing a novel. It helps to dive off into something else completely unrelated. Usually, The Picture Ranch or...

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Posted in Powerhousing II

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Ah well,

Posted on Wed, 18 Dec 2019

don't we know? "This is John, he...we used to know each other." Joan is about 19, John has been away for 20 years.
Yes, I know people don't like holes, but I do like clues, rather than telling everything.
Anyway, glad you liked it...

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Posted in A Polka Dot Dress

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One thing you will

Posted on Thu, 06 Jul 2017

find by doing this, is that your description in any prose you do write will be tighter, more compact, more effective, it's something I was told would happen if I wrote more poetry. I'm not completely sure it has for me, but it will for you....

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Posted in Tail-end

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It's the mothballs

Posted on Tue, 10 Jan 2017

I remember, and the faint smell of Lion pee and Turkish Delight.... hahaha. I do not know anyone who has never explored their parents' wardrobe. When I was 8, my dad's wardrobe had hundreds of football programmes from the 40's and 50's; Rangers...

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Posted in Grimms5

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When my wife

Posted on Wed, 03 Aug 2022

was undergoing her treatment for a different kind of cancer, the chemo gave her what amounted to IBS. We had just returned to the UK from 15 years abroad in Spain. Throughout 2018 and some of 2019 we had many a panicked and fruitless search for a...

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Posted in chemo 4

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Very Good Indeed,

Posted on Thu, 28 Jul 2022

poor old Saltburn By The Sea. Used to travel over with rugby mates in the close season just for something to do. Shows how exciting Darlington was in 1978.

I'm worried that the numerical mismatch between the voyeurs and exhibitionists...

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Posted in Stick of Rock Part 2

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Well done,

Posted on Wed, 27 Jul 2022

remarkable work. Layers, repetition and rhymes all chime to make this fab.

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I feel like I've

Posted on Fri, 22 Jul 2022

been on the Marrakesh Express...

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Posted in Bed and Board by The Silk Road

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Been thinking about this one...

Posted on Tue, 19 Jul 2022

The Bells and The Muezzin would be interruptions in the relative silence of the pre-industrial era, striking the hour, calling to prayer or as warning if it were the case of a tocsin bell. Interesting, though, about the changing soundscape. I...

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Posted in The Art of Noises : A Futurist's Manifesto

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I confess

Posted on Tue, 19 Jul 2022

I did enjoy the the silence, once it started being filled by wildlife. At the depth of the lock-down a deer was running down Jepson Road - usually a very busy thoroughfare. I hate the noise those buses make really, but when I was young, you might...

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