Following a rather grumpy holiday period I’m trying to be more positive this year, and as one of the ways to try and overcome this I’m going to try and write more.

I used to be quite good at creative writing (A-grades in GCSE English Language and Literature), but years of more “applied” activity have left me short of words so excuse the rambling and probably disjointed nature of the posts for now.  Hopefully the quality and relevance will improve.

Well, the quality at least.

Author: Michael

Parent, husband and civil engineer born and raised in Britain before emigrating to Botswana. Interests in construction, information technology, fitness, mechanics and mapping, among others.

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  1. Sounds like a good plan. I’ve gotten more and more into writing over the last few years, to the extent that I’ve written a couple of (short) novel-length stories, both utter shite, and am most of the way through a proper novel-length story of which I’m quite proud. I initially started as support to Brina when she took part in NaNoWriMo, but as time’s gone on I’ve been writing more and more for my own pleasure.

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