"I'll be a story in your head. But that's okay. We're all stories in the end." Evening, all. Aren't you looking particularly lovely? First of all, if you haven't already (and I ask, what have you been doing??), do check out the works of my dear friend Jordie Casstles, aka Ulysses, whose sharp wit and intellect and mastery of storytelling brilliance are so sharp, I have paper cuts. I have a blue box of stories spinning in my head, constantly, and it is dimensionally transcendental (which is certainly not the case of mu common pudding-brain when it comes to boiling a kettle, I end up distracted by my PG Tips Monkey). I cannot hide my love of Doctor Who, and I anticipate that I will be writing many adventures in space and time, from the devious wizard William Hartnell to the sombre but quicksilver Peter Capaldi. I've recently contributed an article to Doctor Who TV, which puts the current Doctor under the creative microscope, and have been working on an entry into a short story anthology which involves a very special...ah. But that would be telling. Other loves -- Sherlock, the master detective, both a man of action and deep thought. Batman, the world's other great detective. Wallace & Gromit. Spider-Man. And new original creations, such as Leo and Oliver Heartcove, investigating the affairs of the impossible... And that sums it up. So long and thanks for all the fish.