I have only met Trent recently through a mutual friend of Martin Reaves. Martin has done an interview with me and mentioned Trent Zelazny. So I did a little investigating and found this Trent Zelazny, only to be amazed by what I found. Trent is son of Roger Zelazny. For me this was a bit … Continue reading Author Interview Special Edition – Trent Zelazny, American Writer
Title: Riso SubTitle: Undiscovered Rice Dishes of Northern Italy Publisher: Open Road Imprint: Open Road Pub Date: March 13, 2012 ISBN: 9781453246276 Author: Vitale, Gioietta Marketing Copy: One hundred quick and simple rice recipes capturing the flavor and excitement of traditional Italian cooking From soups and salads to risottos and desserts, Gioietta Vitale presents the … Continue reading Review: Riso
My lovely wife, C With Nu Eyes, and I escaped South Gippsland for the weekend to St Kilda in Melbourne. I always look forward to our little escapades as we wonder around finding new places and trying new eateries. This is one of my great loves - food. New restaurants, old restaurants. I don't care … Continue reading Weekend Wanderings (now with photos!!)
She comes to me unbidden in her naked-coloured pajamas. As thin as onion skin as strong as steel But before the thin veil comes off You need to know her for magic and mischief for smiles and sensuality Only then will she peel to reveal her love.
When you are in bed, have you ever wondered what do to with your arms? Do you put them beside you, under your head, stretched out in between? I wrap mine around my love, my muse, my partner, my wife Marieke. One arm under her neck with my hand gently grasping her breast. The other … Continue reading Lovers In Arms
Here I sit trying to work out if I can really keep my promise to a certain reader of publishing some writing that I have been doing. It is very dark stuff and goes places that I have little knowledge of. So I think for a while, deliberate, procrastinate and end up doing nothing. It … Continue reading Should I? Really?
I was lucky enough to be given a review copy of Eleven Seasons by Paul D Carter. It has just won the 2012 The Australian/Vogel's Literary Award for an unpublished manuscript by a writer under 35. There was a lot of buzz surrounding this book on Twitter just hours after it won, so I found … Continue reading Review of Vogel Award Winner ‘Eleven Seasons’ by Paul D Carter
Today I am going to do something different and just give you a couple of my photos. That is all. Some images that really work for me. I hope you enjoy.
Don't you wish that you could travel on the clouds? Just float away from it all and land in some other place to continue the enjoyment that is your life? Not worrying about where you are going but instead enjoying the traveling for its own reasons? Travelling on Clouds But isn't life like that if … Continue reading 365 / 25: Travelling On Clouds
Unfortunately I am starting to doubt myself and the chance we have been offered. It is all taking too long in my mind. Some things, like jobs, should happen in an instant. You should know in a day or so and you can plan your life around it, especially when it is a big movement. … Continue reading 365 / 21: I Dare You Universe