✓#1 New release early July 2020 in the British and Irish contemporary literature category on Amazon.com (U.S) Children are haunted … More
Available in most countries on Kindle and in a large number of places in Paperback “Sea Sores – A Brightonian … More
In this video I explore the idea that sometimes fortune smiles on you and keeps smiling on you even when … More
I have penned more lines about the abandoned West peir than any other structure and it still looms large in … More
I can’t tell you what an animal thinks when making eye contact with a human, but when I look into … More
On a clear night in the Pyrenees the skies are dark and crowded with stars. One evening last November I … More
In each of our relationships, too often we can be tempted to think in black and white. It’s perfect – err wait up! Where’s the exit! There is a list of “lines” unique to the individual, but culturally connected, that when crossed, trigger immediate relationship re-evaluation.
A new beauty emerges in the husks of wild flowers at the end of summer.
I stand beside a wilderness, and tonight she’s as wild as she gets.
She’s all mine – all her distance, all her depths.
A movie – like a song – is an artform that can become a wormhole, taking the viewer back to the place and time they first watched it.
The effect it has on us can be so powerful, that certain characters or individual lines seem spoken for us personally. They reflect a truth in our hearts or desires, that we ourself were either unaware of or unsure how to articulate.