Despite a summer of ambition, life has got in the way. I'm afraid that for the next few weeks my posts are going to drop in frequency due to an unexpected turn of events that has left me a little worse for wear. I'm disappointed myself, especially since I am just beginning to build up a following, so please trust me when I say I'll do my best.
An excerpt of a short story I am currently working on; 'I should be begging them to free me, pleading my innocence. But I don't. I am beyond that now, I've come too far. And I will be as bad as Them if I resign myself to forgiveness now.'
"Be wary of anyone in a position of power, whether they are your boss, manager, or whoever, if they don't read. Always ask people if they are reading something at that moment in time or what was the last book they read. You'll be surprised how revealing it can be."
Theresa May has lost the respect of the public and I am not convinced that striking a deal with the DUP is going to sort out the mess. Do not worry though- I have an outrageous suggestion and David Davis is the star of the show.
Don't be fooled out of seeing the big picture. This is not politics as normal. The carefully constructed house of cards has been swept away. It is politics more chaotic, more brutal than any thriller.
'If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.' George Orwell, 1953.
Are you a slave to social media? To the expectations of others? People walk the streets plugged in; take photos to share their imaginary fun... As a race, we have forgotten how to enjoy the real world; pure and simple.
'Now is not the time to dwell on the result, but rather a time to get on and get along with the job at hand. We have a duty to recognise the positives in the umpteenth political upheaval of the past 2 years.'