This is how I plan to write my blog in future. I will keep this little guy in my basement and supply him with bananas until he produces an article I’m happy with. It’s a great method if you’re lazy but patient.
But how patient would I have to be? How long would it actually take? Continue reading
Steve: So, Steve, this has become something of a New Year tradition, hasn’t it?
Steve: What? Talking to myself?
Steve: Yes. It’s what I do all the time, really.
Steve: Almost like a crazy person.
Steve: Exactly. Continue reading
Wow! This book is a rollercoaster read. I finished it, then started reading it again immediately. It blew my mind.
I’ve just read it again for a third time, and felt compelled to write something. I want to evangelize on behalf of Ms Thomas and spread the word about this book. Continue reading
Lots of things come with a health warning these days. Cigarette packets tell you very clearly that SMOKING KILLS. Hot beverages warn of the risk of scalding.
Signs positioned outside public toilets warn of the danger of tripping over signs positioned outside public toilets.
“Danger of death” is my personal all-time favourite warning sign.
This is another post about my book. Sorry. I just needed to get it off my chest and tell someone. I told my goldfish about it, but they were so not interested.
I published my book three weeks ago and I’ve been looking forward to reading any reviews that might appear on Amazon. Well I got my first review, but it’s a little negative. In fact, it’s extremely negative: Continue reading
So, I wrote an ebook. Big deal, you said. Any idiot can do that. What about a real book? A paper book?
Well, hold on to your wood-pulp-centric hats, because now I’ve published it in paperback too. Continue reading
I’m thinking of self-publishing a novel I wrote a couple of years ago, but I have a problem. It’s my name. There’s already a Steve Morris writing fiction, and at least two others writing non-fiction. There are also some Stephen Morrises and bizarrely, even a novel called Stephen Morris. Who needs another Steve Morris or Stephen Morris in the world of books? I could use my full name, Stephen T Morris, but that sounds square to me.
There’s only one option – give up. No, just kidding. I need to invent a pen name, a pseudonym. But what? Continue reading