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An Imploration

So there are a few deadlines slowly creeping up on me, the usual end of term stuff that happens at University. Except, of course, the fact that I’m doing some really rather interesting modules this year, including on Creative Writing … Continue reading

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The Sunday Story

Here we are again, after a week of negligable posting I feel kind of bad. Truth is, I’ve had Fallout 3, Far Cry 2 and the Left 4 Dead demo to keep my occupied. That should have kept my occupied, … Continue reading

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The Wednesday Exercise

As per last week, I shall slip through the grip of trying to figure out what to write today by doing something I’ve already written. Take that original thought! So yes, today I shall transpose the best bit of writing … Continue reading

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The Sunday Story

It be that time again. Once more I shall delve into the depths of my imagination, pulling some depressing and deformed literary baby kicking and screaming out of my mind and into the world. It’ll probably die a death rather … Continue reading

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Imaginary Sovereignty

This is something I wrote in my Creative Writing seminar today. We were given the starting line and then fed details as to what happened afterwards. The initial premise was a safe place from childhood, so I picked my local … Continue reading

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The Sunday Story

It’s that time of the week again, and I’m ill. I think it’s probably the preliminary stages of the flu, so it means I don’t really want to write about whatever strange animal Steve wants me to write about (see … Continue reading

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The Sunday Story

It’s Sunday again and that means I’ve got to do whatever was suggested last week. I’m sighing right now, because no one but Steve suggested something, and in his usual obtuse manner, he suggested something highly ridiculous. And so I … Continue reading

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