George Scantlebury Michaels
If you want to see me writing my books, you'll have to go to the bottom of my garden. I did have rather a large hole, next to the rhubarb, but then I got complaints from neighbours, so built myself a shed, in the Mediterranean style. It has windows looking out over the cabbage patch, and a chimney for my wood burning stove. One day I may find myself burning money, in order to keep warm.
If you want to see one of my books in printed form, you could always download the ebook and hook your laptop up to your dot matrix printer. That's the closest you'll ever get to seeing my work in print. I don't write the sort of stories you'd like to have for real, lying around the house, and gracing the coffee table, perhaps. It might freak the au pair.
Still, it would be useful as a fuel for your Aga, maybe. Especially on these cold, lonely, alcohol-sodden nights.
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VideosVisitors to an art exhibition
Some people will travel a long way to visit an exhibition, but all the way from another dimension? They walls are simply covered with pictures of life in grimy, grim Salford, for goodness sake, what are the chances they might include the portal to another plane of existence?
I mean, why should such inter-dimensional beings bother to visit such a backwater? What does it have to offer them? What can they offer it?
Episode: Fellow Students
Val is one young lady who has always liked to dress as a boy, and sometimes it gets her into trouble. Like the time that the University allocated her to an all-male floor of the residence block, by mistake, and she received the unwanted attention of a gang of energetic young sports jocks, who didn't, it seems, want to be taking No for an answer.
This is an episode from History of Valentine, the girl who likes to dress as a boy. Val has only been at the University for a short time, when she is asked by her friend Liv to take part in her physiological research. It's a trying time for Val, especially when her friend Nick joins in. Naked.
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