A FLY IN THE KEYBOARD

He pondered the email on his screen. His initial outrage had prompted him to write a thunderous reply, filled with ill-tempered language and dismissive ire. How dare they criticise his work? Who did they think they were? 'Just ignore it,' his agent always told him. 'You don't need to prove anything. Your a bestseller. Who … Continue reading A FLY IN THE KEYBOARD

W IS FOR WHALE

The night streets were deserted. The residents of Bergen knew better than to go outside when a major storm was blowing in from the Norwegian Sea. Bakke managed to keep the car in sight. Dag Moen’s driving was reckless, hurtling through the streets as the driving rain reduced visibility to almost zero. ‘He’s heading to … Continue reading W IS FOR WHALE