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I will survive…

Having survived my first ever twitter storm – naturally, I decided that I needed more peril in my life and so I broke one my cardinal rules and took Sam and Paddy quad biking. Some friends of mine invited me and because Nikki had already… Read More »I will survive…

In my absence…

Summertime is the downtime for professionally funny people. Most people are away and those who aren’t don’t wish to be cooped up inside. It is wonderfully quirky then that the Edinburgh festival confounds such logic and grows bigger each year – as comedians seek their… Read More »In my absence…

It’s tomorrow…

Tomorrow is 29th July 2019 – the most important date of my year and one that I selected many many moons ago to give me plenty of time to fully prepare for the launch of my most successful book to date, I,Gabriel. This plan included… Read More »It’s tomorrow…

I’m blind, see…

I was excited to publish the introduction to I,Gabriel this week – until a typo was pointed out to me via twitter. A typo on page… 1 On page blinking ONE! What then lies within? What other horrors or howlers await my readers? Some scorn… Read More »I’m blind, see…

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Too often the benchmarks by which a life is gauged are too hollow. Income. Size of house. What car? How much, how big… And whilst our achievements are central, it is the effort and endeavour that we invest in our achievements  that is key –… Read More »Just landed…