Or is it?

I should really know better, after two years of working on the This Day In Music app. It’s now being checked over by people in the band’s organisation. Although this is a bit nerve-wracking for me, it’s a very necessary step and I was foolish to think it would be a quick process. Bearing in

This Day is nearly here

I’ve just downloaded and installed the first build of the latest This Day In Music app, research and content by yours truly. I’m really pleased with it and am looking forward to announcing it at last, some time in the next week or so.

I write like who?

According to the I Write Like analysis of Colin Goes To Zobeland Chapter 3, Tonto’s Revelation: I write like Arthur Conan Doyle I Write Like. Analyze your writing! However, when I ran my second album review from my This Day In Music Apps project through the same analyzer I got the following result: I write

Official: It’s official!

It looks like my patience is being rewarded at last. I’ve just had a call from the This Day In Music Apps guys, informing me that the band’s management team have given the ‘On This Day’ app and ‘Song By Song’ Kindle book the go-ahead as officially endorsed publications. The plan is to release them

Apps and Kindle books

A big chunk of my contribution to the This Day In Music Apps range is due to be released as a Kindle book too! It looks like the ‘Song By Song’ album notes I wrote will be published before the app is released. Negotiations with the band’s management and lawyers are still on-going. I’m really

Lear and 200 Limericks

As an occasional performer at the excellent Buxton Word Wizards poetry slam group, I was asked if I’d like to contribute some limericks to an exhibition, set up to mark Sir Edward Lear’s bicentennial. The plan was to display two hundred original and new limericks in the beautiful dome at the University of Derby’s Buxton