MOST HAUNTED PICTURE | LOVE LETTERS: A CURSE RATHER THAN A HAUNTING ? – Reblog (Charlene Kemp)

Image: paranormalhauntings.blog So I was browsing around the internet the other day, and I came across a picture, the one you see above. It looks like a regular picture, but there was something about the face of the girl you see. Creepy as hell. The image took me to paranormalhauntings.blog where I learned a little … Continue reading MOST HAUNTED PICTURE | LOVE LETTERS: A CURSE RATHER THAN A HAUNTING ? – Reblog (Charlene Kemp)

The Pain and The Pleasure (And A Warning)

So today has not been a good day. Well, it started off badly, then finished strongly. A couple of weeks back I wrote about writing a Choose Your Own Adventure story. I started to use this software as a means to get some example for my blog posts, but in doing so, I found that … Continue reading The Pain and The Pleasure (And A Warning)

Road to a [Horror] Comic: Week 5-6

This week has been difficult as I've tried to juggle a week off work (family time) with my writing (several lengthy blog posts) and this comic. Oh, I'm also trying to watch Game of Thrones for the first time, so trying to fit in at least an episode every day has come in to my … Continue reading Road to a [Horror] Comic: Week 5-6

First Black Hole Photographed – Women in Science and Technology

Image from wired.com I couldn't let this week pass without mentioning the astonishing advancement made by MIT graduate Dr Katie Bouman. The image you can see above is the FIRST EVER image taken of a supermassive black hole. In the male-dominated field of science and technology, her work in creating an algorithm to capture the … Continue reading First Black Hole Photographed – Women in Science and Technology

Brexit Shenanigans

"Hello?" She picked up the phone and held it to her face. "Theresa?" said the voice at the end of the line. "Yes. Is that Donald?" Theresa May turned to the room and covered the mouthpiece. She pointed it the phone and gave the others in the room a 'thumbs up' gesture. "Yes it is. … Continue reading Brexit Shenanigans

How To Write a Choose Your Own Adventure Story

I wrote last week about writing a Choose Your Own Adventure (CYOA) story, and i talked about some of the different options that exist FREE online to help you to organise and write your own. If you've ever thought about writing one and wondered how you be able to manage all the different options and … Continue reading How To Write a Choose Your Own Adventure Story

Introduction to the World of Parklife – Wollaton Hall, Nottingham

I'm working on a novel at the moment, Parklife. It's a horror story of a group of people trapped inside the stately home, Wollaton Hall, an Elizabethan-era mansion. Volunteer teaching assistant, Chris Moore, must keep his son safe from not only the crazed animals in the surrounding forest, but also the hidden danger within the … Continue reading Introduction to the World of Parklife – Wollaton Hall, Nottingham

The Moon Rock From Earth

So I'm reading the news today, and I follow news updates by NASA and one particular story caught my attention: Earth's Oldest known Rock Was Found on the Moon The story talks about the age of rocks on this planet being pretty old, but none of them date back as far as the birth of … Continue reading The Moon Rock From Earth