Pen and Paper


An apartment building that rents for free A playground complete with monkey bars Life rooted in soil A tall man with hair that changes colour Time in physical form Innocence and experience intertwined An oxygen tank Inspiration for those it drops its fruit on Patience that weathers out storms Beauty for those who find it * I lost track of time. Each day feels like a whirlwind and I’ve only just realised one is over… Read More

My first (and possibly only) attempt at writing a murder mystery was… educational, to say the least. Here are a few things I learnt along the way. You will have to plan. A lot. A LOT. So much will you have to plan that, after a while, you may start listing plot points on any blank surface you can find. So much will you have to plan that you may end up getting sick of… Read More

Sequel to ’20 Ways to Serve Coffee.’ Wouldn’t want tea to feel left out! 1. With sugar 2. With milk 3. Piping hot 4. Icy cold 5. With a splash of lemon 6. With a splash of lime 7. With a splash of orange 8. With a splash 9. In a teacup 10. In a teaspoon 11. With a biscuit 12. During teatime 13. Like a robot 14. With a straw 15. With love… Read More

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