Mr McGuffin is back for some seasonal shenanigans, in which he’s visited by 3 characters who have a bit of a bone to pick with him…
The Last Book You’ll Ever Read
What’s more important to a book lover’s legacy… their last words, or the last book they read before they die? What might our last reads tell us about ourselves, life, death and all the rest of it?
New Radio Play “Manic Monday” is on Podcast… the blog is on its knees
My new radio play is available on podcast, and I’ve been having some thoughts about productivity, creativity, and what’s it all about anyway. You know. The small stuff.
To All Those Thinking of Living With a Romantic Hero in a Pandemic…
We love our romantic heroes, both on the page and onscreen. But what would it be like to truly live with one in real life… during a pandemic?
Mr McGuffin is Now on Podcast… And I’m Now on Brand New Christmas Radio Drama
Mr McGuffin’s radio play has been podcasted on http://www.scariffbayradio.com/mcguffindrama.mp3! Plus, a new Christmas skit comes your way, and we’re in the paper. Just your standard pandemic December, really.
Hitting the Airwaves with Virus-free Radio Drama
How do you make and perform art in a pandemic? Why, through radio drama, of course. And aren’t you lucky, because I’ve only gone and done one! Now, everybody pretend to be excited immediately. Thank you.
Ease Your Way Out Of #Lockdown with POST-LOCKDOWN CHAT BINGO!
Anyone else a bit scared of post-lockdown freedoms? No? Just me? That’s fine, I don’t mind. You’ll still want to play Post-Lockdown Chat Bingo. COVID-19 was a global phenomenon, and that can only mean one thing: new clichés to skewer, and they’re all here. Every conversation you’re going to have for the next 3 months on a plate.
Your Do-Nothing Lockdown Manifesto
The last time I blogged, I urged everyone to be an inspiration. I was wrong. Very wrong. And here’s why being neither inspirational nor inspired is the best thing you will ever do for yourself.
Hey, Writers! Now Is Your Time…… To Save The World For Real (For Once)
The world is currently clamouring for answers to rudimentary and yet essential questions, such as: How the hell are we supposed to work from home long-term and stay sane? How can we stay connected with people whilst still practicing social distancing? And what’s this got to do with writers, and how they might just be able to save the world for real this time?
A Passive Aggressive and Yet Somehow Loving Exchange of Views With My Internet Profile
My Blog sits me down for a difficult heart-to-heart, questioning my loyalty, sanity, and ability to survive without posting imaginary conversations with inanimate concepts. I have to admit, it has a point. Not that I’m admitting it to My Blog.