the screaming jungle I don't feel as if this is Susan’s strongest story ‘This is a dead place.’ Sabetha ‘It is a bit quiet, isn't it?’ Ian ‘That isn't quite what I meant.’ Sabetha. Oh let's scare everyone silly, shall we? ‘I don't like to say goodbye.’ Susan ‘No, I know.’ Barbara. Well, that's very … Continue reading Doctor Who: The Screaming Jungle / The Snows of Terror
in the dark
the cigarette lighter on the bedside table - an overturned cardboard box place a hand over its plastic casing the only light, your vice - the path through the room to the switch to illuminate the whole room Kate ©
Book Review. Red Sauce Brown Sauce by Felicity Cloake.
‘That's a couple of hours of solid cycling,’ Gemma says sternly. ‘It doesn't include stopping every 10 minutes to have a piece of fudge.’ Red Sauce Brown Sauce by Felicity Cloake A British Breakfast odyssey I read on the cover of Red Sauce Brown Sauce by Felicity Cloake … hhmm. Count me in. There's no … Continue reading Book Review. Red Sauce Brown Sauce by Felicity Cloake.
Book Review. THE RETURN OF ROBIN HOOD BY PAUL MAGRS
The Doctor and Robin Hood meet again. There is some confusion because this Doctor is a ‘taller, older man in the swathes of multicoloured wool.’ and not ‘whey-faced and judgemental and not at all happy to be here.’ whether this means the Doctor is older or younger, who knows. Robin Hood is certainly older, and … Continue reading Book Review. THE RETURN OF ROBIN HOOD BY PAUL MAGRS
THE CORRECT RESPONSE
i played a role to serve other people and i seemed to fulfil what they needed because they sought after more - more of an act i could not be satisfied with - it felt uncomfortable to lie so easily and yet people seemed to care so much for this character - and so little … Continue reading THE CORRECT RESPONSE