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A decade of journalling

Today is the tenth birthday of shepline. You can see the first day’s inauspicious posts here. It seems an appropriate moment to therefore pause for a moment, consider where I was then, where I am now, and reflect on a…

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A return to journalling…

I have been remiss. Regular readers of these pages will remember that I used to write in these pages daily, sometimes twice daily or more often. Of late, despite my best intentions, my regular witterings As of tomorrow, I intend…

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Ways of Writing

Back in the hayday of this journal I would be writing proper journal entries almost daily, sometimes more often, and I had a small but active following and steady set of comment discussions aobut this and that. That was then….

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Resolve

Readers of this journal may have noted that I have just posted a number of backdated entries going back to the end of last year. I’ve been writing offline for a couple of months now, aiming to keep my journal…

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Five years later

These pages are five years old. Encompassed here are the journalings of five years of my life, and what a journey it has been. I say it every year, but the experience of writing in these pages is not at…

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Out of the vacumn

Writing can be a solitary business (you know the old cliché of the writer in his garrett at the top of some ricketty old appartment block…), but I’ve realised that the one thing I really need to write is too…

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Chalking up another 200 words

Thanks are going to soulsong, I think you have become my running mate, so to speak – encouraging me and inspiring me to write, and keep writing even when faced with the greatest of distractions. I had no idea when…

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Chalking up another 200 words

Thanks are going to soulsong, I think you have become my running mate, so to speak – encouraging me and inspiring me to write, and keep writing even when faced with the greatest of distractions. I had no idea when…

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