In the early 90s I wrote a feature article on the 1929 Glen Cinema fire in Paisley. It was never published, for a variety of reasons. I recently found it and thought I’d share.
A taster for Douglas Skelton’s next book. Please note – this is NOT an excerpt.
Here’s another movie they should never remake. Because they’d just make a complete mess of it.
I treated myself this Christmas to some new Blu-Ray discs, this new-fangled streaming, downloading and subscribing carry on not being for an old fogey like me. I like a disc, I like to see them on a shelf, I like them with extras. Anyway, my broadband doesn’t lend itself to that malarkey. My recent purchases […]
This was a little writing exercise I did some time ago and posted on an old blog page.
Book Week Scotland kicks off tomorrow and it brought to mind this piece from a few years ago.
The Carry on Sleuthing gang are heading for the seaside – with an ocean-based mystery! You’d think we planned it. But anyone who has seen Sleuthing knows that’s just not true. We’re appearing in Troon Library on Wednesday November 14. So come along and join Caro Ramsay, Pat Young, Michael J. Malone and Douglas […]
Book Week Scotland (November 19 to 24) is wonderful concept and I’m pleased it’s going to be a busy one.
The Janus Run is a hit with reviewers
Things have suddenly turned busier than ever here at Hole-In-The-Wall. First, THE JANUS RUN is now out there and ready, willing and (hopefully) able to give readers a thrill ride in words. I’m also as busy ever on social media – well, as busy as I can be given I really don’t understand it at […]