I've finally got myself organised enough to queue up posts with Typepad's scheduling feature, although for the moment I'm simply picking up pictures from my Flickr account. That at least will avoid the long gaps that have been appearing too often of late. I'm also using these flickr pictures to make yet another shift in the blog focus, to more explicitly include my own prints and other art work. I expect the more overtly political pieces will still appear, but with less pressure on me to 'perform'.
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Probably foolishly, I'm also taking part in National Novel Writing Month again (NaNoWriMo to the cognoscenti!). That starts on November 1st, so anything I write will probably show up here, although I will probably put them on Pages, rather than as blog posts. I'm cheating slightly as I will be starting with edited versions of my alternate history 'A Frozen Spring' which is based around the idea of a German occupied Tyneside during the severe winter of 1947. This isn't based on the Nazis winning WW2 - in this universe Britain and Germany are nominally allies. You can read the background here. The chapters written so far are linked under More Information on the side bar.