August marks a year since I really got back into reading and I have to say, I don’t know how I’d fallen out of the habit. It’s relaxing, perfect escapism and has generally made me feel better. However, I have to say I was almost defeated in July and it came down to the wire…… Continue reading Reviewing my July reads
Anthropoid came and went virtually entirely under the radar in 2016. With a fairly limited UK release, needless to say it was out and gone, lost amongst the excitement for the Autumn blockbusters and generally ignored by many. This meant I missed out on it at the cinema and had to wait patiently until finally…… Continue reading Making a case for…Anthropoid
If you follow me on any other social media, you’ll know that I am a sucker for a good film score. To be able to pick them up on my vinyl helped influence me to get my record player and I have a nice, albeit small, collection of film or television scores on vinyl. I…… Continue reading Endless List of Scores I love – #1 In the Heart of the Sea (Roque Banos)
June brought us lots of sunshine, a mini heatwave here in the UK and quite a bit of change for myself. We’re in the process of selling our flat, buying a new house and had to move into a rented place to accommodate this change. It also saw me move into a new job within…… Continue reading Reviewing my June reads
Decided to give Steller as a way of helping me get back to being create, so would be keen to follow anybody else using this, so let me know your username and I’ll give you a follow. I put up my first story on it last night, looking back at my evening spent at Canteen…… Continue reading Anybody using Steller?
It’s no secret that I’m a big Leicester City fan. Or that I spend a significant portion of my week talking, writing or watching them for many months in a year. With the 2016/17 season over, and a real break from football this year, it feels like a good time to finally try and reflect…… Continue reading Once a Fox, always a Fox
When I set this blog up it was with best intentions and during a particularly fruitful creative spell that I found myself on. Sadly, like most of these in my adult life, it was temporary and the semi-frequent drought of writers block and a creative void saw me open many a new text post, only…… Continue reading Creativity, sadly, isn’t a tap that I can turn on and off at will.