In my experience when ‘where am I?’ Changes to ‘where are we?’ You no longer need ask the question..Nectarines and … More
Written as hypothetical advice to my eldest nephew – Max, as he now turns sixteen. . Thank you to anyone … More
✓#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.