Monthly Archives: September 2018

Labour Conference, “People’s Vote” and the lack of alternatives

So, Labour Party Conference is under way now, and all sorts of controversy whirls around still. One of the biggest is the People’s Vote question. For those who don’t know, the “People’s Vote” campaign is the latest incarnation of the … Continue reading

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New gear, Self-doubt, Mid-life “crisis”, and Depression

Today I got a huge bit of musical kit delivered. It’s a 300W Ashdown bass amp. I’m 40 years old, and every time I buy myself something awesome I find myself being struck by the question, “Am I having a … Continue reading

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You “know” more than you think when it comes to “Write What You Know”

The thing about being a writer is that you need experiences to fuel the writing. So today I am thinking about some of the curious things I’ve done this summer and how they overlap and provide texture for things that … Continue reading

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