Death on the Stairs is a collection of my life stories, short stories, poems and other ramblings that I’ve finally decided to collaborate into one place. I’ve always had a keen interest in ‘creative’ writing, so I thought I’d share my work and hopefully get some feedback on it, whether good or abusive.

Featured content includes:

Life Stories – Anecdotes about my life so far. I seem to find myself in strange situations, and what better way is there to get over them than writing about the experience? Cheaper than rehab, and cathartic too. I like to look back on when I was a youngster and remember the good times. I also like to write about my more ‘adult’ experiences.

The Diary of Arthur Baggall – A fictional diary following Arthur’s crazy life. Started out as a one-off piece but has progressed since as I received some good feedback off various forums.

Inane Ramblings – Basically me spouting my mouth off about a variety of things, and advising of ways to cope with the stresses off modern life. Other things covered are ways to annoy your work colleagues and friends, various lists and my thoughts on the world.

Please feel free to comment, whether good or bad; feedback is always appreciated. Thank you for taking the time to read my blog, and I hope you enjoy what you find. I hope it touches you – in a nice way.

All content and views are my own. I am the legal copyright holder of the material on this blog and it may not be used, reprinted, or published without my written contest.
All content is for entertainment purposes only, please don’t contact me to tell me I’m ‘Un-PC’ and a horrible man. Thank You

2 Responses to “About”

  1. beckysaysthings July 18, 2012 at 3:47 pm #

    Due to the fact your blog is hilarious and superb in every way, I’ve nominated you for a Versatile Blogger Award – no worries if you don’t want to take part 🙂

  2. O&G April 5, 2013 at 10:31 am #

    Having followed you on twitter for a while I’m pleased to have discovered you on here too. Keep up the fine work and if you get a minute check out my poetic offerings, your thoughts and comments would be welcomed (how could you fail to be insightful as someone who subtle referrences The Libertines!)

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