Thought Scratchings are the bits of brain you leave overnight in a pub and never return for.
If any content in Thought Scratchings offends you, get over yourself. You are not twelve. Nobody cares about your tantrums. You are a burden to your environment. You should be offended by all the people dying in Africa from AIDS, you should be offended by our governments turning a blind eye to the genocide in Syria we all know is going on today, you should be offended by false wars and priests raping children.
This is just a blog. Rhymes with frog.
My intention is to make thoughts hop, instead of thoughts sitting by a sign reading “not today.”
So, pull up a bean bag and read through some of this stuff.
If you want to read some interesting books, click on Deep In The Bin Of Bob, The Squirrel that Dreamt of Madness and Life Knocks, found in headings. If you’re looking for a new read, and fancy supporting a decent writer, then read my reviews and have a go. Seriously, my books are not just good, they are original.
Deep In The Bin Of Bob is a story about a mute Muslim boy who climbs to the top of the tallest building in Bermondsey, London:
Deep In The Bin Of Bob UK Amazon link: http://bit.ly/BinOfBob
Deep In The Bin Of Bob US Amazon link: http://bit.ly/USBinOfBob
I wrote The Squirrel that Dreamt of Madness homeless and living in a park, and the book is about that experience:
Squirrel UK Amazon link: http://bit.ly/STDOM
Squirrel US Amazon link: http://bit.ly/USSquirrel
I’ve even posted, on this blog, photographs of the time I lived in the park. Find them under the Squirrel that Dreamt of Madness section.
Life Knocks is a story about when the wheels fall off love and you end up becoming a recluse and living alone with a mental pensioner who wants to make you his best friend.
Life Knocks UK Amazon link: http://bit.ly/LifeKnocks
Life Knocks US Amazon link: http://bit.ly/USLifeKnocks
Both these books are £1.94 each. I get £ 1 from each book I sell. I’m not being greedy, I just want people – you – to read me.
I can’t get anywhere without your support, that’s the truth. I am asking for your help, and hoping you just might think behind the method, is more than madness.
How to Hide from Humans is a book written by a sheep telling other sheep how to hide from people. Nathan Filer, 2014 Costa Book Prize winner, said it’s the best 77pence he’s ever spent:
How to Hide from Humans UK link: http://bit.ly/SneakySheep
How to Hide from Humans US link: http://bit.ly/USSneakySheep
That book is 77 pence. I get 30 pence for each book I sell.
Not much for you, food for me.
So, take a look around, and remember: if you break anything, it doesn’t matter…
Material possessions are all transient.