I’m always singing about the virtues of spring cleaning. Well, not always, that would make me kind of dull to be around. And I don’t sing about the virtues, either. Not, as such, anyway. But there is a lot to be said for a good old fashioned pre-summer sort out. I’m singing about (all right – writing about it) … Continue reading Spring Cleaning the Website (At Last!)
A festive treat for followers of No Script For Life - a nice, quick Christmassy short story. or perhaps it's flash fiction, I don't know but I hope you enjoy it. The Christmas Tree Stripper Anglesey Herman doesn’t get drunk at Christmas any more. He can’t trust himself not to say “something stupid” , by … Continue reading The Christmas Tree Stripper (Original Short Story / Flash Fiction)
Broton, Warlord of the Zygons has been a bit naughty again. Please enjoy this short audio adventure.
Our special three part series on grudges concludes with a poem specially written for the occasion.
At last! A guide to help you hold and maintain a grudge. Part 1 of 2.
Time to give my website a spring clean...of sorts! There's always a work-around...
Recounting the days when this city boy went reluctantly rural, and the unsettling effects it had.
Blogging is helping me discover and enjoy new possibilities. But how, and why?
Some would call it writer’s block. Me, I call it procrastination. I tried to write, I really did. I started to write several different things but none of them seemed to take off. So, I snapped the laptop shut, as if that was going to solve all my problems. I don’t believe in writer’s … Continue reading Writer’s bunk – a chip off the old writer’s block
- VIDEO - I bet you don't remember the waste-eating Little Heroes. Perhaps you know them as Little Bastards? A very short story written by and read by Martin Gregory https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RfDVJGQ6LoE This was one of the first posts made here on Noscriptforlife.com back in July but I thought this would be even more enjoyable … Continue reading Little Heroes – the solution to the waste problem (A reading)