Monthly Archives: May 2013

Alby Stone: Midsummer Nights

Copyright © 2013 Alby Stone The place did need redecorating, he reluctantly allowed. And he’d have to see to it. It was the annual battle of wills and desires with the missus, the battle Ron always lost. Not that he … Continue reading

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James Holden: Coitus

Gary sat bolt upright in bed. He had been woken by a howling noise which had slowly entered his dreams and sounded like someone being mortally wounded. Getting out of bed, he grabbed his mobile in case he needed to … Continue reading

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James Holden: Some thoughts on George Orwell’s rules for writing

I’m currently reading Ever The Diplomat by Sherard Cowper- Coles, which is cracking. He spent thirty years working for the Diplomatic Service, and the book is a fascinating look at the work of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office and the UK’s embassies, … Continue reading

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