Category Archives: Whimsy

July 23

Holiday: 2

So far so good. Mind you, it is day 2 and even the worst kept resolutions last longer than two days. Currently in a car park awaiting the third ombres for today’s shameless selling at the Corringham Classic Car show. I shall post pictures on due course 

July 22

Holiday: 1

The 6 weeks is upon us … and yet again I have a simple set of goals by which to mark its arrival. Being that micro posts is one of them, I thought I’d share said goals. So here goes: 1) post a micro post a day  2) finish posting pics of the blue plaques […]

July 15

Symington Byrd 2… an update

Byrd’s latest mystery is proving a bit of a bugger. (Excuse my French). The corpses are piling up nicely. The murderer has motive and opportunity. Everybody who was at Hamblebee Hall (court, house – I’ll make my mind up by the end of the book) on the night of the murder is lying, and their […]

50 before 50: #27 Harlow 

Another blue plaque discovered today in Harlow. This time celebrating a local politician: Rene Morris.

Ear worm update

I would like to report my delight at discovering  my Prisoner loving earworm has packed its bags and moved out.  I would like to.  I can’t.  For while the new incumbent might not play accompanying video; it’s just as bizarre in its choice of playlist. You see the earworm’s fixated on  “I want to go […]

I am not a number…

My Earworm has – even for an earworm – a strange taste in music.  He likes big numbers with lots of instruments playing all at once. In the past he’s featured Les Mis, La Cage aux Folles, and War of the Worlds. In quieter moments he’s been known to do a medley of Gilbert and […]

Byrd Speaks

Fellow KGHH author  C.A (Christine) Ardron has been put forward for the Sunshine Blogger Award by Debbie. A cunning little wheeze in which a single character from a book has to answer  questions on their author. At the end of the interview (which you can read here) she nominated me. (Cheers! Thanks! This is harder […]