Following on from the surprising reception my first Kindle book 'A multi-story tale of NCP Car Park hell' enjoyed I have brought together and published a collection of my short stories. The right shorts for lunch is a collection of 26 short … [Read more...] about The right shorts for lunch – my new book of short stories
I have long admired the art involved in getting a full sleeve tattoo but have no tattoos myself. I wanted to know if I could get used to an inked arm so I got a marker pen and drew myself a hearty Viking and a few other doodles and enjoyed the … [Read more...] about How I found out that DIY tattoos are a bad idea.
I think I heard his bottle chink as it bounced off a stone in the footpath, but the grind of my rusty chain makes a similar noise, so maybe not. I slowly rolled round the bend in the path and when I first saw him slumped on the ground I thought he … [Read more...] about Crossing paths.
This post was inspired by (and written for) a competition over on Nicola Morgan's 'Help! I need a Publisher!' blog HERE. The winners were great, so it's well worth having a look at them HERE. I'm not the only person staring at my … [Read more...] about The feet with a thousand followers.
by Andrew Laws If we ride life like a surfer on the crest of a wave we’ll get to where we’re going alright, but unless we take moment to look up from our surf board, unless we’re brave enough to stop concentrating so damned much on our balance, or … [Read more...] about How to ride life.
By Andrew Laws A very odd thing happened to me in London last week, but this tale would be short and uninteresting if I was to tell you exactly what happened here in the opening paragraph of this story, so please indulge me for a moment and allow … [Read more...] about The curious incident of the black ties and the fake taxi.