I mentioned the rabbit we looked after when the owners were on holiday, in the last blog and that got me thinking about some of the pets that we kept … Continue reading ‘Cup of Tea Tales’ – Pet stories of the 1950s-60s – Horace, Hector and Penny, a tortoise story.
As mentioned in Part 1, I went to the cinema with my mother and my dad, as well as my grandma. Other people have mentioned things that I had forgotten … Continue reading ‘Cup of Tea Tales’ – A trip to the Pictures in Leeds – Part 2
When all seems lost, when all seems won, things can occur to change the whole balance and future of the seven worlds. The final part of Hell Fire makes sure … Continue reading The Final Part – Hell Fire (audiobook)
The penultimate episode of Hell Fire (audiobook). Threads are drawn tight, death and danger are everywhere, but it is the dangers that are unexpected that matter most. Brian hopes to save … Continue reading Hell Fire Part 15 – Unfinished Business (Audiobook)
Help can come from the most unlikely of sources, but then again it might not come at all. The Reever Queen comes in to play her game and she never … Continue reading Gorn But Not Forgotten – Hell Fire Part 14 (Audiobook)
An old enemy is holding all the cards and he is not afraid to use them. The laws governing the Seven Worlds are breaking down and the normality of suburbia … Continue reading The Pulling of the Knot – Part 11 Hell Fire (Audiobook)
The luckless Sly is not having a good day, but little did he know how it could turn even worse. Suburban shopping centre, suburban lives shattered by forces from another … Continue reading Meeting of Minds – Part 10 of Hell Fire (Audiobook)
Now with a purpose, if not a plan, the three decide to search out the lair of the Reever Queen, Ameles, and if they can, kill her! Arn-duin sits at … Continue reading Wasteland – Part 9 – Hell Fire (Audiobook)
I can not say what age I was when I started to go to the dentist, but I do remember my first one well. Mr. Gosling had his surgery on … Continue reading ‘Cup of Tea Tales’ – A trip to the dentist and other delights. Childhood in Leeds in the 1950s-60s. Not for the squeamish!
Can things get worse? It appears they can and evil arrives in search of the Recorder’s chain. Innocents are not spared when ultimate power is the prize. Part 8 of … Continue reading Hell Fire – Audiobook Part 8 – Oh Dear!
You are there, minding your own business in the gents, when all hell breaks loose. Horror comes to visit and it’s not pretty. Part 7 sees a change of … Continue reading Gamers – Part 7 of Hell Fire (Audiobook)
We moved to 19 Gipton Wood Crescent when I was younger than seven. I can’t remember which year, but it was probably 1959 or 1960. The road was still cobbled … Continue reading ‘Cup of Tea Tales’ – Street Play, Tinkers and Kittens , Gipton Wood Crescent.