The fourth excerpt of Fate & Longing in Lisbon reveals a brewing conflict between the Law of Fate and Murphy’s Law. Our poor postman is caught in the middle. … More The Immutable Law of Murphy
Fate doesn’t know her own strength. One nudge from her well meaning elbow can land a blow to a fragile heart with the force of a wrecking ball. She has a habit of stepping in, uninvited, and carrying out renovation plans on content lives without consent and without reassurances that her victim will even like what she has in store. When Fate goes to work, most times she doesn’t have a blue print or a road map and works as precisely as a steamroller. … More Fate is a Wrecking ball
At the end of January, just as the world was changing, I took one last, deep breath before it became clear that we couldn’t take breathing for granted any longer. On the flight home from Lisbon some passengers were already wearing face masks. China had just begun its quarantine. Since January, I have been holding … More One Last, Deep Breath!
Join us on New Year’s Eve for the first ever #ILLITERATURE party; a world-wide, virtual Murder Mystery game. … More ILLITERATURE: An All New Form of Interactive Storytelling
Discover one of Europe’s oldest capitals that you never learned about in school! … More Where on Earth is Aix-la-Chapelle?
You gotta Love it to Write it! … More “You gotta Love it to Write it!”
I leave it to you, the reader, to decide if this is not the world’s most beautiful bookstore! … More Book-arest: The MOST beautiful book store in the world!
The lost Kingdom of Ruthenia is undergoing a rebirth and is attracting renewed interest from adventurous travelers. You may be a history buff, or a vagabond tourist, but could you find Ruthenia on a map? … More Where on Earth is Ruthenia?
I am giving away a free E-book to anybody who enjoys travelling, or reading, or both! Please feel free to share this offer with your friends and contacts who you think might enjoy it. … More Free E-book Offer: Tales of a Fly by Night – travel stories
(A)nd there fell a great star from heaven, burning as it were a lamp, and it fell upon the third part of the rivers, and upon the fountains of waters; And the name of the star is called Wormwood… … More Chancing it at Chernobyl