October 2017

The Museum in the Doge's Palace, Venice  #TrafalgarTours

This entry is part 19 of 19 in the series European Cavalcade

This entry is part 19 of 19 in the series European CavalcadeThe Museum in the Doge’s Palace (itself a living museum!) is a tribute to the history of this city. It is not a massive museum, compared to the likes of the British Museum, but comparable to that you would find in many a castle in Europe. As you can tell from the following photos that I took, I was

#Nutella Muffins - on overcoming mental blocks

I love to cook and always have. However, one aspect of cooking that I have always avoided is cake baking. For some reason, it has always scared me.  The few times that I have made attempts, the results have been woeful. So I ended up developing a huge mental block where cakes were concerned. At the moment, I am yet to start my new job. However, Nicole has spent much

Submitted a new short story to Lamplight Magazine  @lamplightmagazine

Possessed of a writing frenzy, my second short story in as many weeks has been sent off. I have sent it to Lamplight Magazine. As with last week’s short story, it’s now just a matter of waiting to see whether they accept it. My biggest concern about my story is that it is not speculative fiction, but rather a dark reflection of current society. Here is their call for submissions

Issues with #WordPress and #Yahoo Small Business

I am currently hosted by Yahoo Small Business. In recent weeks I have had trouble installing WordPress updates. Apparently, this is a known issue that is being investigated by Yahoo… very slowly. This said, I have given them permission to experiment with my website in order to fix the problem. This is just to inform you all in case you see strange things happening here. :) Greg  

Submitted a short story to Tribe Media's Thief  @TribeZine

Now that I am back to being creative, my first endeavour has been to attempt a short story for Thief. They have made a call for submissions that I would encourage any other authors to contemplate: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS The theme is horror. The word limit is 1,000. So I’ve given it a go. May not make it in, but who knows? It was fun flexing the literary muscles again. In