Monthly Archives: March 2012

Live My Life – Supporting Leo Fogarty

Last month, I wrote an article about a little one-year-old boy named Leo, from my church who is currently fighting a battle against cancer. In that article I mentioned that Aussie singer/songwriter Spencer had written a song for Leo and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Alpha Redemption by P.A. Baines

Alpha Redemption by P.A. Baines My rating: 5 of 5 stars Hard science fiction, a deeply dramatic character arc, lots of spiritual metaphor, and exploration of the interesting questions. This book has it all. Brett is a broken man. He’s … Continue reading

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Adam Collings Writing Update March 2012

It’s time for a writing update, and just for fun I’ve done it as a video. Transcript How’s it going? I’m Adam Collings – an ameteur writer, or as I like to call myself – an aspiring author. March has … Continue reading

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Life in Launceston – In the 1960s

I just came across an old film about life in my home city of Launceston, which was shot in the 1960s. I find it absolutely fascinating to look at familiar places as they existed in the past. It’s like looking … Continue reading

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This month, on the blog chain, we’re discussing the topic Savour. When I think about the word savour, I think about food. I really like food, but to me, the word savour means more than just enjoying something. It … Continue reading

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Book Review: Relentless by Robin Parrish

Relentless by Robin Parrish My rating: 5 of 5 stars Relentless is one of those books that I just wanted to keep reading. I’d have kept going all day if I didn’t have a job to go to. The book … Continue reading

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‘Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock’ sounds “Cool”

Historically, I’ve never really been a ‘console person’. From childhood I was more of a PC gamer (and I still love the classic adventure games on PC) but I’ve recently become a PS3 owner and so have been starting to … Continue reading

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Free Software to Organise your Writing Projects

I’d like to share a free useful tool that I make use of in my writing. It’s called Trello. Essentially it lets you create lists, into which you can place cards. Pretty simple really. The product is used a lot … Continue reading

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