As promised earlier today, old editions of Cycling on the Pavement have moved to the Archive. I’ve also put The Eliza Effect there and will be stocking it up with other short stories over time. The index page is very minimalist at the moment, but that’ll change as well. Monthly subscriptions are available right now. 6 Monthly and Annual ones should be up tomorrow.
Sabs and Penny think I should try speed dating. Maybe, but I’m terribly shy and I’ve always thought I don’t make a great first impression. I am getting better at passing snap judgements, at least, thanks to the lady grading in the pub.
A cyclist went on a rampage and punctured over 1,700 car tyres.
“He said he resented the inconsiderate manner of motorists. He had been nearly knocked off his bike by one and had been splashed by a vehicle driving through a puddle.”
And that was just on the way to court.
Being this week’s Cycling On The Pavement. I haven’t abandoned Post & Publish, my way too biographical story of a blogger and his love life. This is the first draft of another chapter, with more to follow soon.
Later today I’m going to be setting up the Cycling archive, with BitPass protection for essays over five weeks old and other pieces of older writing.