Monthly Archives: May 2014

James Holden: The Marionette

Becs, who used to be an Asylum member, is part of a team setting  up a new website called Write-Track, a new app and website which will help writers set goals and carve out time to help their writing. At … Continue reading

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Sitting, Waiting

I hate that I’m here. Gabriel hates that I’m here, as it’s ruining Sunday for both of us. He probably feels like I’m checking up on him as well. Monica most definitely hates that I’m here as I represent everything … Continue reading

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Purposeless Walking

There was some interesting research highlighted by the BBC last week about the benefits of ‘purposeless walking’. ‘Puproseless walking’ is pretty much what you might think it is – walking without a destination in mind. But far from being an … Continue reading

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