Welcome To The World of Tomorrow!

From Annihilation Earth to A Quiet Place, Pacific Rim to Edge of Tomorrow, The film industry’s elaborately fictitious presentations of 2020 have often been pretty grim, typically featuring monsters or alien invasions, being fought with equally elaborate technology such as giant battle mechs and advanced robotic exosuits. Where’s my exosuit? Probably in the garage nextContinue reading “Welcome To The World of Tomorrow!”

Spread The Word’s London Short Story Prize Open for Entries

Spread The Word’s London Short Story Prize 2019 is currently open for entries. The Prize was launched in 2013 to platform talented short story writers in London. They have published six anthologies, celebrated six winners, have run two London Short Story Festivals and profiled over 50 talented short story writers. The winner of the London Short StoryContinue reading “Spread The Word’s London Short Story Prize Open for Entries”

In Other News #002

Between sweltering record heatwaves, malfunctioning transport networks, trespassing dogs and national flood warnings, this week has been quite unusual to say the least. It’s just typical that by the time the weekend comes around, the “glorious” temperatures that baked us alive on our fragile daily commute are replaced with greying skies and miserable torrential rain.Continue reading “In Other News #002”

A novel worth writing should hold you to ransom. – Richard Skinner I’ve only just started reading Skinner’s Writing A Novel, but this particular quote really resonates with me.