Quick Update & A Book Recommendation
Hello amazing internet denizens!
I haven’t disappeared completely, honest.
The last month and a half has flown by for a whole array of conflicting reasons, and I realise I haven’t been updating even semi-regularly. But that will change soon as there are a lot of things that I,
a) Want to write about, and,
b) Have already committed to an obscene amount of notepad entries currently littering my desktop.
These will all start to materialise soon.
In the meantime I have been using my twitter feed to stay in contact with the wider world whilst I’ve been getting myself organised.
Now, before I disappear again, I would just like to recommend that you go and take a gander at *this story right here* by Lee ‘Budgie’ Barnett. Here’s the synopsis for You’ll Never Believe A Man Can Fly, ripped right off the man’s very own blog:
“What’s the story about?
The world outside your window has never known super-powered beings until now. The first is a man named Ian Davies, an ordinary man who’s about to face some extra-ordinary events in his life. But what if, instead of giving an interview to The Daily Planet, he gives an interview to The Guardian, a newspaper with a reputation for typos?
He wanted to be known as The Public Defender. But someone at the Grauniad forgot the word Public has an ‘L’ in it…“
Mr Barnett posted the whole thing up over the course of four or five weeks so you can read it all, gratis. However, I strongly suggest that if you like it, you buy it. This can be achieved by clicking on the pay link at the bottom of any of the chapter entries. The story is consistently funny and brilliantly written; it certainly helped to brighten up my lunch breaks at work. (Yes, I bought the e-pub and then still read it as it was posted).
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have a whole lot of writing to organise and catch up on whilst you get acquainted with Mr Davies and his new found headache/gift.