I just happened upon a parade by the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers as I was walking into Manchester to do some writing.
So, I’ve been using a Kindle Fire 10 HD for a few months now, and I thought I’d tell you how I was finding the experience.
I’m afraid I can’t remember the names of the artists whose stickers adorn the case, but I picked them all up in artists’ alley at the Doki Doki festival last year.
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A rare escape from the flat this week, to have a quick look at a new cafe opening on Oxford Road.
A blast from the past in today’s video, but also a hint at things to come.
I went back to the John Rylands to do a bit of paper editing on Northern Gorehouse. Then I went for a wander around the building again.
Here are some of my early thoughts on covers for Northern Gorehouse.
Another look at my process. A little bit about how I’ve started tracking inspiration and research more thoroughly than I was before.
Another new Writer’s Life video. I went and had a look at the new version of the development that inspired the vampire tower in Zombies v Vampires/Northern Gorehouse.
Shortly after the service launched in Manchester, I took a Mobike hire bike out for a test ride. Whilst I was about it, I visited some of the locations of Northern Gorehouse (aka Zombies V Vampires). Here’s A Writer’s Life, episode 3.
Just a quick report on what I’m planning for future videos in the series.
First of what will hopefully be a regular series.