49 years old
Current Status
Times change
  • Are you a ...?
    Unpublished writer (so far)
    What genre do you primarily write in?
    General fiction
    If you write in more than one area, what is your next most favoured genre?
    Are your reading habits ...?
    Too embarrassing to admit to
    Who is your favourite author(s)?
    Kathrine John (Catrin Collier), Clive Cussler, Dick Francis,Chris Ryan, Jack Higgins
    And your all time favourite books? (You can change these at any time, by the way ...)
    These vary, I couldn't possibly say I prefer 1 book over another. it's always the book I'm reading at the time. next book to read - Last Tango in Aberystwyth by M Pryce - they look kind o' fun. :o) or I might read Black Daffodil by K John.
    What are your working habits when you write?
    Are you the edit-every-sentence-ten-times type, or do you prefer to let rip?
    Ten times? Why so little?
    Your ultimate writing ambition?
    Get my books published and read by masses, so long as they don't get bored to death.
    Your worst habit?
    too many to name I couldn't possible fit them all on here.
    Your opinion on the books industry?
    It is a tough game, but everyone does their best
    Where do you write?
    Anywhere & Everywhere & whenever oportunity arrises. But my fave' place is local Cone Zone cafe with a coffee.
    What else do you want Word Clouders to know? eg: do you have 9 cats / like paragliding / eat nothing but tinned fish / work in the bath / live in Kettering?
    There's my dog Skip. I love my archery. I love being out and about and of course, Where ever I am, I usually find time and a place to rest up and write up.



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    "Nibs" commented on Nibs's Blog "Captions from a muddled brain 7 - (Bruce Lee)".
    Ta. Apologies for typos
    3 months ago
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    "JaneWW" commented on Nibs's Blog "Captions from a muddled brain 7 - (Bruce Lee)".
    Very nice feeling of peace here. Typos though, put me off :)
    3 months ago
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    "Athelstone" commented on Nibs's Blog "Captions from a muddled brain 7 - (Bruce Lee)".
    Nice Dylan Thomas feel to the other one. This one has a very real, relaxed atmosphere. Calm amidst all the activity. Great pieces.
    3 months ago
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    dyslexic of dartford
    "dyslexic of dartford" commented on Nibs's Blog "Captions from a muddled brain 7 - (Bruce Lee)".
    Vary good Nibs, I really liked both of these so I won't repeat myself by commenting on the other one, like it lots though.
    3 months ago
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    Nibs wrote a new blog: "Captions from a muddled brain 7 - (Bruce Lee)".
    One Ant Left The ant scampers to and fro across the fake brick lines on the patio slabs then dissappears into the dirt filled crack. A bee buzzes by, homing in on the violet petals of the leggy plant in the larg pot. Further along, a centrepede ...
    3 months ago
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    Nibs wrote a new blog: "Scribbles from a Muddled Brain - 6".
    A New Home for Bruce Lee - the Japanese Chin   Brucy Bruce Lee sits in his upstairs window seat watching as the sun begins to dawn, magically bringing to life the world outside. Mrs Jones vigorously swishes open her curtains and pecks away ...
    3 months ago
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    Nibs Times change
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    "Sandra" commented on Nibs's Blog "the Dr Who Experience".
    My daughter moved to Cardiff Bay in March - still much to discover.
    1 year ago
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    "Old Fat Prop" commented on Nibs's Blog "the Dr Who Experience".
    I love the Bay. Some great places around there. Good pub, Eli Jenkins. We watched the power boat races there last summer. I'm a big Who fan... but the band... not the Doctor.
    1 year ago
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    "mike" commented on Nibs's Blog "the Dr Who Experience".
    Some of Dr Who's relics used to be in some caves that run under the house where I live. I don't know if they are still here. The caves have become a bit of a tourist attraction as they were used in the second world war - like the underground had ...
    1 year ago
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    "Nibs" commented on Loretta Milan's Blog "'Indie Spotlight' to launch on Literary Lightbox".
    I'll be popping along there. I've had my book reviewed but a long time ago now. It was one of those things I had to put aside while I was ill. Think I'll know it's done, when it's done. Not ready yet though.
    1 year ago
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    "Nibs" commented on Nibs's Blog "Ok I don't get it".
    Nope, will look at it another time. Am focusing on following episodes now. Perhaps I'll treat myself and send the whole 3 episodes in for formal review when I'm done and happy. but for now, hey, it's almost xmas. Why stress. :o)
    1 year ago
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    "bazbaron" commented on Nibs's Blog "Ok I don't get it".
    Hi Nibs I've just come to this. Tell me, have you sorted it out yet? if not the other thing to try is, copy from your computer document as normal, then before pasting into the box click on the HTML tab and paste your work in from there. Don't forget ...
    1 year ago
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    "Nibs" commented on Nibs's Blog "Ok I don't get it".
    Thanks everyone. I've tried loads of suggestions above. Nothing has worked. Even in bogstandard Word. Giving up on the whole idea. Shall have to find another avenue for help with the script. It's only a small 16 pager so really not worth the cost of ...
    1 year ago
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    Nibs wrote a new blog: "the Dr Who Experience".
    Monday.The sun was up, frost on the ground, weatherman said it was going to be a cold day, and boy, he wasn't wrong.But you know, it didn't matter. I was off to Cardiff for the day with my friend Sarah and we were spending a few hours down the ...
    1 year ago


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As for the following statement below in sep' section 'I want to amend it to read as 'I'm a 'yet to be published' author'

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  • John Costello
    by John Costello 3 years ago
    Belated Birthday Greetings, Nibs!
  • Mcallan
    by Mcallan 3 years ago
    Happy birthday Nibs!
  • CJ
    by CJ 3 years ago
    Happy Birthday, Nibs - hope you have a lovely one! xx
  • Caducean Whisks
    by Caducean Whisks 3 years ago
    Happy Birthday, Nibbles!
  • Jill
    by Jill 3 years ago
    Wishing you a Very Happy Birthday, dear Nibs. Jx :)
  • Gerilyn
    by Gerilyn 3 years ago
    Yes- put your sewing stuff up- let us have a look x
  • AlanP
    by AlanP 3 years ago
    Nibs, there is nothing funny in total economic collapse. The joke, for what it's worth is here.
  • Caducean Whisks
    by Caducean Whisks 4 years ago
    Hi Nibs, no, I'm not feeding Woody dog food - not biscuits, anyway. He foraged that one all by himself - who knows where from?!
  • Bren
    by Bren 4 years ago
    Hi Nibs. Thanks for encouraging mail. I am so pleased that you are seeing more clearly! Wonky vision is really scary. Thank goodness for caring nurses.
    Have scan on Tuesday - start the gunk meds tonight! Good thing I wrote it on here or I would forget again!
    Healing vibes to you. TLC for yourself and I will give some to me.
    I went to a church concert last night - it would have been easier not to go but it was worth making the effort just to see/inhlae the blue in the magnificent stained glass window. I have been in that town for 25 years and never been into the church - I am used to a village parish church so was quite bowled over by the size of the window. The first part of the evening was not so good but the Goodall's Requiem was very moving.
    Bren x
  • Steve
    by Steve 4 years ago
    ...and if I may be so bold as to wish you a public happy birthday, too?