Today we answer the Occasionally Asked Question: “Is this site just excerpts from the book, and how is that related to your plans for World Peace?”
To my genuine surprise, today I’m posting a guest blog post! It had never occurred to me that anybody else would want to write something for this blog, so I was absolutely delighted yesterday to find this post in my email inbox. Apparently Ian Denny had an idea and felt sufficiently motivated to write it […]
Excitement… Only 7 days until Walking on Custard & the Meaning of Life is released!
A claustrophobic attack, an unwrapped birthday present, and a cheesy idea to annoy my inner critic. Do we “have everything we need”?
There once was a virus who fell in love with its host. It drifted around in their bloodstream, dreamily content with its lot in life. Every moment was a joy. It was physically joined with its true love, and it had never wanted anything more. One day, after a spate of joyous multiplying, the virus […]
Anxiety can get out of control very quickly, but there’s one big idea which reduces its power over us…
(NO CATS WERE HARMED IN THE PRODUCTION OF THIS POST, BUT ONE ELDERLY LADY DID FAINT)
Let’s summarise The Story So Far of this initial exploration of anxiety. And because I’m dangerously over-organised, let’s do it as a list: It wasn’t obvious to me that I even had anxiety, despite being constantly anxious forever. My first instinct was to hide it, repress it, and pretend everything was okay… but that just […]
Huge news everybody! I can announce that the release date for the paperback edition of Walking on Custard & the Meaning of Life will be the 31st March. Sign up to the mailing list for the latest developments. MORE huge news everybody! The Kindle version is available for pre-order RIGHT NOW. Go to this page […]
The first thing I had to do after admitting that I had anxiety was to decide to actually do something towards being less anxious. Well, I say the “first” thing. But this decision actually took me several years. In fairness, I was busy! You can’t just drop everything and go ‘deal with anxiety’, can you? […]
I was intending to write the next part of the series about anxiety, but I accidentally wrote a story about a cake instead. I’m sorry. The Story About A Cake “Hello,” said the cake. “Have you ever met a talking cake before?”