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Excerpt from an interview with a world-class villain

Lifestyle Magazine: So, what do you do in your spare time?
World-Class Villain: Well, perfecting my evil laughter, of course. A villain’s plans might backfire spectacularly, or his lovely assistant might fall in love with a British spy, or his henchmen might never get things done right; but at the end of the day, it’s evil […]

15 May 2009 | Fiction | 2 Comments

The Man With No Mug (2)

(Continued from Part 1)
Mr. Mug-less leaned back in his chair and stared at the mug which he had placed on the windowsill.
“What the heck did I get myself into?” he asked himself. “And when the heck when will I stop asking myself this question? And in fact, when the heck am I going to stop […]

23 January 2009 | Fiction | 1 Comment

Edward and His Stories

Once upon a time there was a boy called Edward. It was apparent from the outset that he was a natural born storyteller. Instead of his parents reading to him Little Red Riding Hood or Goldilocks and the Three Bears or The Cat in the Hat, he would tell his parents stories that were in […]

9 January 2009 | Fiction | 6 Comments