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It’s a Sign

Stop signs can solve the world’s problems. I realise that might sound like a bit of an overstatement, but hear me out. In this hectic world, we all need a moment to breathe here and there, and pausing in traffic is an ideal opportunity to seize just that. So, yes, stop signs are what you …

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Summer of the Nope

I really thought this was going to be the Summer of the Boat. That’s what I’ve been calling it since last September, partly because the phrase reminds me of a nineties horror movie title, the sheer ring of which I figured would keep me on track towards my goal. The goal in question, as you …

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Turning Glass Dark

Hi, I’m Zach Jordan. You may remember me from such films as Ow, My Giant Blue Head and Is No Fun, Is No Blinsky. Alternatively, you might know me from my blog work on A Big, Beautiful, Old Rock. Today I’ll be answering questions about my latest film, I Am the Senate, in which I …

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Solar System Investments

Business is booming. I’m not entirely sure why there’s such a strong interest in commercial solar systems, but I’ve sold over a dozen already, at $100 each. Maybe I should be charging more for them. I mean, most of them do have entire planets ready for mining. They’re probably worth a few thousand dollars each, …

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Mega-Corp Name

Last week I posted the first half of my interview with ULTRACORP, and today I’ll be sharing the rest with my faithful readers. “Mr Karl and Mr Shawn, do you mind telling me what your company name means. There are theories, of course, but surely they cannot be true. Does it have anything to do …

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Changing Paths

I thought that being a creature of the night would be more fun than this, but the truth is, it really sucks (not sorry about the pun). The television shows and movies tell you it will be all rave parties and drinking blood out of goblets like it’s red wine, but it’s nothing like that. …

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Daughter’s New Home

My seventeen-year-old daughter Annabella is the pride and joy of my life. She’s incredibly kind, strong willed, dedicated and intelligent. She will be going in year twelve at the beginning of next year and then make the transition from high school to university the following year. She’s on the path to success and I am …

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Children Change Designs

My husband and I have a two-year-old son who has just “mastered” the art of walking. He wants to walk absolutely everywhere, and as a young Mum, you can imagine that it’s pretty terrifying. Our family home is not exactly child-proof, which is a concern when I have a child that no longer needs to …

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Plumbing Disaster

Let me set the scene for you. It’s Christmas morning, I’m hours away from having thirty guests arrive at my place for lunch and I’ve finally finished the hours of cooking and cleaning needed for the entire event. I’m finally sitting down and relaxing before the mayhem that is Christmas Day, and then I hear …

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Traffic, Terrific?

I’m not so sure I like the current trend of action films going into this new decade. Hollywood felt kind of lost for the 2010s, especially when it came to the action scene; a lot of grit was thrown into things, basically. You can’t just have a guy using his skills to rescue his daughter, …

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