It is absurd. She can't be gone. She wouldn't want you to be angry, but there is anger. She wouldn't want sadness, but how can you stop the tears? How do you fill the hole that has been left behind? But we will always have her words, her joy and her inspiration. And gratitude, for … Continue reading SUE – IN MEMORIAM
'Come with us, Sir. We need to get you to the fallout bunker right away.' They grab him by the elbows and steer him down a grey corridor, moving fast. 'The fallout bunker? Has there been a nuclear attack?' 'Not that fallout bunker, Sir. The political fallout bunker.' 'Why? What have I done now? Not … Continue reading FALLOUT SHELTER
I was recently interviewed by fellow blogger and fiction writer mandibelle16 for her ‘Interview with…’ feature, talking about fiction writing, blogging and self-publishing my first book. You can read it here. Be sure to check out Mandi’s great blog too HERE.
Goodmorning and welcome to my biweekly interview series. Today I have the honor of sharing with you the writing and blog ofIan Kelly. He’s a talented guy who has recently published a book of short stories. You can find Ian’s blog here: Ian Kelly Writing.
1. Hi Ian, Please Tell Us About Yourself?
Hi. My name is Iain Kelly and I’m from Glasgow in Scotland. I have lived here all my life and it’s where I write my blog from. My blog is called: Iain Kelly Writing.
Telling about yourself is always the most difficult question to answer, so I’ll keep it simple! I work as an editor of television programs for BBC Scotland. I’m married with two-year-old twins who take up most of my time. After work and family if I have any time left I like to write.
2. When Did You…
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