Author Archives: Ben W
Here’s what happened when I emailed all the churches in Wrexham telling them I was gay & wanted to join their church.
One day I won’t have to write about faith and sexuality. I don’t see that day coming any time soon but I can hope. This post isn’t going to investigate the theological in/out, shake it all about around the interpretation … Continue reading
I appear to have lost myself down the sofa for a bit but I’ve wrestled control back of my blog and I’m here again.
In the interest of Full Disclosure I was sent a free copy of Wolfhound Century by the publisher to read and, if I really wanted to, review. If you’d like me to read a book [and maybe even review it] … Continue reading
I absolutely support the call by James Patterson and HRH The Duchess of Cornwall for more parents to read to their children. My Dad read to me when I was a kid and it didn’t harm me at all. I … Continue reading
I’ve already listened once through to the BBC Radio 4 Podcast Series a history of the world in 100 objects. I love the series for it’s incompleteness, it’s bias and the lengths that Neil MacGregor, Director of the British Museum, … Continue reading
I read lovely Jon Hickman’s post on Paradise Circus about how he ended up in Birmingham. It’s a lovely bit of writing. I like Jon. I like how he writes. I’d like him to write more but, you know, he’s … Continue reading
The Process required a new monarch on the throne in the Tall Tower at the middle of the city. Each time a monarch was selected a slightly different method had been employed- one year residents had to draw pieces of … Continue reading
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 5,500 views in 2012. If every person who reached the … Continue reading
The Advent Challenge was one of those well thought out not really very well thought out ideas. I had an idea I’d quite like to do five days about commuting & then five days that were book reviews. I didn’t … Continue reading