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I have 116 stories published in 10 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 223324 times and 381 of my stories have been cherry picked.
85 of my 761 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 89 votes

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The Train You Rode In On

In their notes, the more scholarly Kindred Eyes had already thrown down a gush of ways to describe what the Rinsed Face exercise meant, according to...
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June 16

Reworked for Bloomsday as flash fiction from an old story of mine.
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Steel Strings

He seriously wanted to stomp a toadstool or two for they were as tempting as a field of landmines might be for a particularly deranged and hopeless...
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And last of all, the hamper

Kenneth takes the hamper after all; it’s worth the whole year and more, the last hamper of them all, full of mince pies and truffle spread and little...

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85 of my comments have received 89 Great Feedback votes

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I'm Hammer-mad. I've a ton of

Posted on Wed, 30 Dec 2020

I'm Hammer-mad. I've a ton of them on DVD. Love them. Devil Rides Out is one of the very best. To the Devil a Daughter is not great but it's worth a watch every now and again.

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This is our Facebook and

Posted on Sat, 12 Dec 2020

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Posted in Ibis

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Another stunning snapshot of

Posted on Sat, 12 Dec 2020

Another stunning snapshot of the natural world. You need to team up with David Attenborough.  

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Posted in Ibis

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The image of poor

Posted on Thu, 29 Oct 2020

The image of poor 'inconsolable' Napoleon alone in the flat stays with me.

100,000 words originally? Wow, must be chockablock with ideas. There's so many already in just these first two.

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Posted in 2. A stick of rock. Some nudity. A man dressed like a magician.

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Cheers, Drew. I'm in a spooky

Posted on Wed, 28 Oct 2020

Cheers, Drew. I'm in a spooky mood. Well, I think generally I always am

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This is our Facebook and

Posted on Fri, 09 Oct 2020

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Do check it out. It's little

Posted on Fri, 04 Sep 2020

Do check it out. It's little spoken of and deserves to be. Lili Taylor on fire. The director, Mary Harron, would follow it up with a hit, the American Psycho adaptation, but Andy Warhol is the better film by far.

Sorry for spamming your...

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This marvellous, and

Posted on Sun, 23 Aug 2020

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Posted in Is Nothing For Keeps?

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The Lebensraum scene had me

Posted on Sun, 16 Aug 2020

The Lebensraum scene had me in stitches.
Great stuff!

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Sorry for making you cry with

Posted on Thu, 06 Aug 2020

Sorry for making you cry with my comment. You're supposed to make ME cry with your poetry. :-) In all seriousness, the reason I said that was because in this poem particularly I was reminded of the inner voices and mythology of animals that Adams...

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