Monthly Archives: April 2014

False Impressions.

Lilac walls and pink settees Hexagon tables with cups of tea Ritzy people righting the wrong A pianist playing while singing a song.   Glasses clicking under corks that pop Laughter and kisses in the silent backdrop A woman in … Continue reading

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My Friend For Eternity.

The story of a beautiful, mysterious woman, a gambling debt and a grouse shoot. Featuring Harry Paterson, the main character from my debut novel The Desolate Garden. Amazon.com Amazon. co

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FAILURE.

  Failure! What can restrict one’s imagination? Could it be fear, or the realisation That before success, comes many a decline Into the abyss that critics define As FAILURE. Failure is a word of which many approve. It saves them … Continue reading

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Interivew: Daniel Kemp – From a London cab to a $30m movie

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You Will Never Be Glad If You Have Never Been Sad.

  When I was about seven or eight years of age, a boy, some three or four years older than I and much bigger, snatched my prized ‘Davy Crockett’ hat from my head and ran off with it. I chased … Continue reading

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