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June 10, 2019

Thoughts on KILLING COMMENDATORE by Murakami 

Last night I finished KILLING COMMENDATORE by Haruki Murakami. 

It’s only taken me a full year to finish it. 

Mind you it is almost 800 pages, but still I’m not that slow at reading. For some reason I liked reading it in the h...

June 2, 2019

I spent today reading my own book. I was re-familiarising myself with the "new" novel, after having spent some time on the "old" novel. It was a pleasant experience, and though every page is scribbled with yellow "CHANGE THIS" ink, I felt that relief, that soft feeling...

May 9, 2019

The latest issue of THE CHESTNUT is out now on iBooks and on Amazon

Amazon.co.uk 

April 27, 2019

I woke up this Saturday morning thinking of my first novel. It’s a (as far as I can remember) a 190.000 word tome about an Icelandic woman who, in the process of moving back to Iceland, looses her name and the journey she needs to take to get it back sets her on a stra...

April 4, 2019

Last night I watched both Smokaloke and ExcessiveProfanity on Twitch discuss what I believe is this article about difficulty in games especially related, of course, to From Software games and the latest Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Then this morning over breakfast I watc...

April 1, 2019

I see the light in your eyes,

Remnants of neon colored insanity,

The dance of infallible chemicals throwing a tantrum in your brain,

Then fading out,

Turning into nightmares

Where beautiful amethysts hide inside a hollow rock,

And clever white horned demons seduce you each n...

March 8, 2019

Now I wasn't born yesterday and when I was a kid video games I played looked like this or this.

I loved Jet Set Willy because although it was a platformer I could roam around somewhat freely in the house. I didn’t care much about the gold you were supposed to be collect...

February 15, 2019

There are stories that you thoroughly think out and then there are stories that just knock on your door and come to you, one word at a time. This months CHESTNUT was very much the latter. I wrote it and then decided it would never see the light of day, that I would bur...

January 20, 2019

20th of January 2019

It’s 2019 and though my world looks nothing like that of Blade Runner I still feel like I’ve stepped into the future, which I guess I did one minute at a time. I was recently in a local mall and I found it half empty, some of the stores that were th...

December 30, 2018

Friends of mine have been reminding me of the magic in the world this year. Through the year they have taken time to remind me that the world is almost as exciting as it was while we still had white areas on our maps and didn’t know if the Kraken existed. 

Tomorrow is t...

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