The Polzeath winter is nearly over and news on the travel book

My first blog post, better make it profound… Maybe I’ve seen my last sunrise… Nah, that’s stupid…. Life is like (insert lack lister simile(.

So, as you can probably tell from the description and suggestive links, I’m a writer. It’s likely, if you have indeed found this page that you are either someone who knows me, or mi mum, don’t worry, I’ll keep it family friendly.

I recently released my first self published ebook which can be found here. It’s a short piece, a mere six pages or so but it delves into how someone might react after killing another human being. Some people have found it funny, some a little twisted. I was playing with the idea of putting the mundane along side the horrific, death and mini cheddars for example. If you get a chance, read it and let me know what you think.

In other news: The travel book, as yet untitled is coming along well. We are nearly there with ironing out any obscure humour and creative spellings. The next step is to get it ready for print but, of course, I’ll tell you all about that closer to the time. It is about myself and two friends travelling across South America. I never wanted the book to be focused on the fact that I can’t see though I do recognise that this will be a draw for some people, hell, it’s interesting. My ego contests that I am more interesting than a disability but I guess it will be down to you to decide that when you read it. I’ll put up some excerpts, run some competitions and other such shameless marketing ploys. I’ll probably put my dearest friends in sandwich boards.

I live in Polzeath, a great place during the summer, vibrant, exciting. during the winter it is cold and quiet and in great danger of being swept away by the atlantic sea. It is nearly spring, I feel that exciting things are in the air, can you feel it?
Until next time.

Olz X