Monday, 31 May 2010

The Path behind the Park

My creation

wild garlic fades
hedge parsley and campion
fill the gaps

Sunday, 30 May 2010

Vicar Lane

26-05-10 Vicar Lane

the daughter in MacDonalds
still hungry

Saturday, 29 May 2010

Dogfield Buttercups

Dogfield Buttercups

cooing in the treetops
a field of buttercups

Friday, 21 May 2010

Leget's Despair e-book

In pursuit of dreams, men venture beyond the world of their experience. Leget is such a man. Powerful and talented, he is also an innocent. Not sexually, but morally. He believes in simple answers to complex questions. Luckily, he has a guide and a protector.

Lancelot, hero of legend, is less naïve. Yet he finds his world view challenged by the honesty and beauty of young Leget and determines to bring the boy to Camelot. On their journey, Lancelot will remember things he had forgotten and discover that he is still capable of love.

Leget's Despair is a homoerotic tale of a knight and a hopeful squire who share more than a campsite; in which the simple honor of a country lad is tested to its breaking point. Leget will discover both the good and the evil in the world. On the road to Camelot, he will find companionship and the hope of a life more exciting than farming. He will also find that even a hero cannot protect him from everything, and that politics is quite literally a deadly business.

Leget's Despair at All Romance Ebooks

Bench, Pine

Lea Gardens bench 01

Sunday, 9 May 2010

Oak, gate

06-05-10 cemetery (3)

Other People's Zombies

Robin Hood and Friar Tuck: Zombie Killers
A Canterbury Tale by Paul A Freeman

Good Robin Hood, while robbing in the wood
came upon the noble Friar Tuck. Good
fellow sayeth he, you're just the chappie
to help me rid the land of its unhappy
state of monsters and of beasts that although
dead still rise to prey upon the morrow.
For such a tale as this is rarely seen –
a Canterbury tale too long has been
missing from the library shelves and shops
the favoured tale of Robin and a box
of ill matched merry men, assorted foes
with or without a complement of toes
Why, I beg – nay, urge – you all to purchase
this splendid tale of zombies set in Sherwood
Paul Freeman's book, indeed, one of a kind
(and his couplets leave mine far behind)

Please note:
I bought my own copy and was not paid, remunerated or
otherwise cajoled to give a favourable review. I liked it
all on my own.

Saturday, 8 May 2010