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Monthly Archives: December 2013
In The Beginning Was The Word.
Posted on December 30, 2013 by Daniel Kemp
God woke one morning and after stretching, then breathing in the pure unadulterated heavenly air, finally accepted the inevitable. Ruefully he announced to the assembled Angels that the obvious had come to him overnight, whilst asleep. “My word is not … Continue reading →
Posted on December 20, 2013 by Daniel Kemp
I came across a treasure chest, but it was not money I found within. Instead there was a woman’s face, with a broad, welcoming grin. Bemused I asked and enquired of her why she lay with such a smile, And … Continue reading →
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Aunt Alice and Spot. By Renee Bernard, Vonda Norwood and me.
Posted on December 19, 2013 by Daniel Kemp
Dear all, I’m afraid that Aunt Alice is indisposed at present as a direct result of these communications from that mischievous child, Spot. Despite repeated attempts from friends, relatives and neighbours she will not cease to immerse herself with his … Continue reading →
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Aunt Alice and Spot.
Posted on December 8, 2013 by Daniel Kemp
Dear readers, Why are you yet clamoring for this correspondence? Can no one else reply to this boy with any success? I swear I am advising Spot as best as I can, but the strange conduit that my postal service … Continue reading →
Exclusive Interview by Lucy Walton, in Female First. The UK’s most popular online magazine.
Posted on December 2, 2013 by Daniel Kemp
What can you tell us about your new book Why? Why? is a story of love, complicated by both sex and violence. It is a fast paced tale of how one man’s crippling injuries, caused by an unprovoked and vicious … Continue reading →