Sunday 18 December 2016 Some time ago, probably about this time last year or the year before, I wrote about how I love Christmas time, and as you can see by the title of this post, I’m likely to head … Continue reading
Tagged Armchair Philosophy, birthday, birthdays, celebrations, Christmas, cousins, Deck The Halls With Friends And Family, education, family, festive season, friends, non-, our kids, season's greetings, teaching
Monday 20 June 2016 It’s funny, isn’t it, when you start thinking about the stuff you believed in or wanted when you were younger? When you wonder what the hell you were thinking when you thought something was a particularly … Continue reading
Tagged Armchair Philosophy, cryogenically frozen, cryogenically stored, cryostasis, current affairs, death, family, friends, frozen, illness, life, non-fiction, sickness
Wednesday 25 May 2016 When red carpet season comes around, there are critics around the world who are glued to their TV screens, or set up on the very same red carpet ready to pounce, and criticise, and belittle, or … Continue reading
Tagged Armchair Philosophy, awards season, behaviour, celebrity, family, fashion designer, friends, human nature, mask, masks, nature, non-fiction, nurture, red carpet, who are you wearing?
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Tuesday 23 – Thursday 25 February 2016 Two weeks. Two very long weeks. Two very long, quite empty weeks. That’s how long it’s been since I saw my smoochy poochy, my furbaby, my beautiful lil ol’ lady, my Miss Parker. … Continue reading
Tagged Armchair Philosophy, Border Collie, canine, cremation, devotion, family, Friends & Family, furbaby, furkid, grief, love, Miss Parker, Parker, vet
Monday 30 November – Thursday 3 December 2015 No matter what city he was in, whenever he had needed to think, Ryan Smoker always found a big, old library to get lost in. The best he could find since moving … Continue reading
Tagged crime, detective, family, hit man, hitman, Hugo Weinmann, Olga Renmark, Ryan Smoker, short story, Steppingstone Police Department, Twisted Fiction
Thursday 26 – Friday 27 November 2015 Wads of money covered the bench top, each roll carefully secured with two elastic bands. The open ledger at the end of the bench detailed thousands of dollars worth of transactions across the … Continue reading
Tagged Bullseye, crime, criminal activities, family, felon, hit man, Hugo Weinmann, murder, Olga Renmark, Ryan Smoker, short story, Steppingstone Police Department, Twisted Fiction
Monday 19 October 2015 Houses held ghosts. That was something that Lonnie knew as fact. His maternal grandmother had spoken those words to him when he was a boy, and he’d never understood it, not really, until Sally died. Now, … Continue reading
Tagged Bart Price, Beth Corwin, crime, death, detective, family, Lonnie Corwin, murder, Sally Corwin, Sheriff Jack Rockwell, short story, Twisted Fiction, Veronica Paulson