Category Archives: writing

How the Grinch Stole Summer

A classic tale that I’ve rewritten for those, like me, who actually like Christmas, but hate the heat. ———————————- All the Whos down in Whoville liked summer a lot. The Grinch, who lived just north of Whoville did not. The … Continue reading

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Famous poems as haiku

Today is haiku poetry day (not sure who actually decides these things). For reasons unrelated to this blog, I rewrote a few famous poems into haiku and, not one to let such things go to waste, I figured I might … Continue reading

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Lost in Transit – A short story

[Transcript of laboratory 15 voice recorder during first human teleportation trial] [Doctor James Hanover] Ok, Mister Johnson, please have a seat here, while the technicians get things finalised. [Harry Johnson] No problem. [Hanover] While they’re getting ready, let me just … Continue reading

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Bullet Journalling – a two journal variation

[Note: This post assumes you have a rough idea what Bullet Journalling involves. If not, just Google the term and you’ll find lots of great info to get you started… then come back here, obviously. :-)] I’ve always been a … Continue reading

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Batman: The Purge

I have had an idea for a crossover between Batman and The Purge (I’ve never seen either of the Purge movies… this was actually triggered by last week’s episode of Rick and Morty). This is just a rough outline, I … Continue reading

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Batman… by Julia Donaldson

One of my son’s favourite books is Stickman, by Julia Donaldson; one of his favourite superheroes is Batman. In an attempt to be efficient, I have combined the two… enjoy. Batman’s a hero; he’s bold and he’s brave. With Alfred, … Continue reading

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Nathanael’s First Law

[To my players: This post talks about some of my thought processes behind adapting adventures to our current campaign. There are no specific spoilers, but if you don’t want to peek behind the curtain, as it were, then stop reading … Continue reading

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