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Recent Posts

The Doorstep Mile Living Adventurously The Oxford Dictionary defines adventure as an ‘unusual, exciting or daring experience’, and being ‘willing to take risks or to try out new methods, ideas, or experiences’. Would you like to live more adventurously? I know that I certainly would. […] Read »
How I Write a Book Here’s how I wrote my latest book… Come up with a really good idea. Go do a really cool trip. Write a diary every day. Carry a small diary in your pocket so that you can even write whilst you […] Read »
Shouting from my Shed – 28 Bashi-bazouks! I am exhausted! I have been charging round like a maniac this week, though I suspect 99% of people would describe it as ‘going to work’. I’ve had to catch trains at rush hour, sit in an office for […] Read »
Protected: My Midsummer Morning – Media There is no excerpt because this is a protected post. Read »
Shouting from my Shed – 27 Hello! 62% of you voted for me to keep my newsletters long and waffling (clearly my audience is predominantly layabouts without any proper work to be doing on weekday afternoons), so I’m going to keep things that way. But for […] Read »
April Tree Climb As is becoming customary, I had been looking forward to my monthly tree climb for a while. I was curious about this visit. Look one way, and spring is here – neon green hedgerows and clouds of frothy pink cherry […] Read »

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