I have decided to stop being elusive!  My real name is Graeme and I have been writing stuff since I was a teenager.  Most of it is on scraps of paper in drawers and jacket pockets.  I didn’t show anyone my stuff because I was scared of ridicule and embarassment.  Then I read a “ramble ” to someone and, whilst they found it self indulgent, they suggested that writing is my thing.  That was a lightbulb moment.  I had been writing for so long and, at the same time, felt that I didn’t have a “thing”.

So I started this blog and have been delighted to find that some people dig my stuff but used a pseudonym because I still worried about people that I actually knew reading it.  After some friends showed an interest, I decided to “come out” as a writer.  So far, so good.  Still a bit scared though.


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