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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A Sonnet of Platonic Love

Those twenty sides; a glory to behold. In D&D there’s nothing they can’t do. Now don’t screw up on this important roll. Oh darn it all… I’ve gone and rolled a two! D6’s now, they simply are the best, Especially … Continue reading

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