The Arth Series

The Arth Series
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Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Next year

I managed to write 200 words in Waitrose today. If I keep this up I'll be finished by next year!!! :)

Monday, 28 July 2014


I managed to write about 100 words of Chapter 10 today. Some outside of my friend's house and a bit in Waitrose.

I did make up a joke the other day but I think it's too rude to share.

What's black and whit and red all over?

A sunburned zebra!

Thursday, 24 July 2014

Scooby Doo

On Tuesday I wrote about 250 words and yesterday I also wrote 600 words of SAASA 5. I started to write a little plan at my daughter's, then began to write while waiting for my wife to teach piano. I then typed in about 600 words of SAASA 4 at Waitrose with my free cup of coffee to hand.

Other events include, drawing flowers with my granddaughter and fighting with rubber swords. A bit of Scooby Doo, the Wombles and Captain Pugwash were also thrown in.

Monday, 21 July 2014

Flumble Tummies

I wrote about 250 words today at my grand daughter's Fayre, Mother-in-law's and Waitrose. I have decided to put SAASA 3 on Amazon even though I can't find the original picture for the cover.

Today's short story is:

I want to write something funny.

I need to write something funny.

I'm not going to write, "Something funny" even though I just have.

Mmmmm, what can I write.

A rhyme maybe?

A vision of pulchritude my dear,
Even though it rhymes with beer.
It's beauty that you look to see,
On the outside usually, no longer like me.

That's funny enough for now.

Bye :)

Friday, 18 July 2014


It was my 26th anniversary today. We went to Starbucks and had a coffee. I didn't do any writing, I played a game instead. Looked at the new restaurants on Monk's Cross but ended up having a take away Chinese instead.

Today's joke is:

I slept like a log last night.... Woke up in the fire place!

Thursday, 17 July 2014


After work today I walked to Waitrose and got my free coffee. It was a latte and wasn't half bad. I was also able to write 200 words or so of SAASA 5. I also got the Daily Mail free for the WWI paper inside it.

Today's joke is:

So I met this gangster who pulls up the back of people's pants, it was Wedgie Kray.