Posts by adminphil

A Timecrack review at Tellest.com

I worked with William Long, a talented and entertaining author out of the UK, when he released his first pseudo-fantasy,...

In search of Hobson’s paradise

THE Republic’s hospitality trade is opening slowly, with some restrictions, and at long last we were able to enjoy a...

Shining a light on the Protestant spectrum

IT is a lazy stereotype to depict all northern Protestants as flag-waving, Orange bigots with a siege mentality and bonfires...

God, guns and government

IT is exactly 100 years since Northern Ireland first had its own government. In 2007, just before he left for...

Hans Sloane’s Hot Chocolate

With its stunning views of land and sea, Ireland has a great deal to offer, including a wealth of intriguing...

The First Book

As the author of several books, including The Timecrack Adventures series, and another two due for publication later this year,...

The Riddle of Sands

ON the way home our school bus passed the high walls of the Convent of Mercy at Whiteabbey. Some sat...

War of the sharpened tongues

AS part of the Good Friday Agreement in 1998 Northern Ireland’s Irish language enthusiasts were promised legislation and a commissioner...

Fear and loathing in Carson Villas

UNIONISTS in Northern Ireland have retreated to the political ditch, again. The shades of Carson and Craig are abroad and...

Belfast’s Movie Business

Several years ago, I had the good fortune to be selected as an extra for the movie, City of Ember,...

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