An Update on My Break…

Hello dear readers. Apologies for the silence as my break continues. This is a quick update to let you all know where I’m at and what you can expect in the coming weeks.

I haven’t done much writing over the past weeks, but that isn’t to say that I haven’t been working on my writing. I’ve been studying the more technical side of things by brushing up on my grammar and I’ll tell you more about that in a future post I intend to compose. Other than that I’ve been giving it a wide berth and the urge to get tapping the keys again is growing with intensity as each day passes.

So what’s to come? The break will last a little longer yet in terms of my not actually posting anything. However, I fully intend to start on some future posts over the next week or so as well as bring you the concluding chapters of Find Me a Find. I’ve also managed to come up with an idea or two for other potential works of fiction.

I plan to go over A Survivor’s Apocalypse Story and give it a touch up so that I can publish it on and Amazon, just like I did Dead End. As for Paul.E.Bailey’s World itself, expect much of the same only in less quantity. Part of the reason I needed a break was because I was giving myself too much to do. I won’t make that same mistake again.

So watch this space. I’ll be back before you know it and normal service shall resume. I hope you’re all well.


25 thoughts on “An Update on My Break…

  1. I’m glad you recognised the need to reduce the daily pressure of blogging. You’ll achieve your writing goals in your own time and I’ll be celebrating with you when you do 😊😊 I am trying to motivate myself to finish the book i started so need to blog a little less. The trouble is its my happy addiction so I miss my blogging fix! Take care and enjoy every step of the process 😊

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    1. There’s a conundrum for you. I suppose hitting a happy medium is best for you. I’d suggest spending time pre-writing posts and then schedule them to give you chance to work on your book, but you blog on the fly, don’t you, so that tactic would likely be detrimental to you. X

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  2. Thanks for the update Paul..

    You seems to be getting a lot done on this little break ..
    as long as it proves worthwhile and is progressive..
    we miss you … awaiting your full return..

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    1. I couldn’t just completely step away from writing. That would have been counterproductive. Brushing up on grammar, I feel, has definitely made a difference and I hope it shows in my writing from now on.

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      1. Indeed they do. I’ve put a new session together for Mixcloud that I’m going to share here once it’s posted. A few of my favourite house tracks and most quite obscure.

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      2. Mate, I’m from Manchester. That’s England’s music city! Back in my day there were record shops EVERYWHERE! Honestly, the amount of money I spent on vinyl could have paid for a house 😂 Record shopping was my number one hobby between the ages of 16 and 25.


      3. Oh the rush of finally finding that obscure sample unexplainable, only as you said to see that in the process you now have seven new ones to uncover that came from the initial search, the good old days….

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      4. I was absolutely loving it on Friday night when I discovered that one of my favourite producers, Grant Nelson, was the hardcore producer Wishdokta back in the early 90’s. It felt like I’d discovered fire. Haha. I’ve gotten well back into my music during this blog break.

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      5. I saw you mentioned Manchester I did a bit of digging thru the old collection and came across The Autobots good vintage UK break beats stuff from the early 2000s, give them a listen if your familiar, got it out the discount bin no less, never knew what you were gonna get with those promo mixes back then lol…

        I remember discovering Tim Westwood seems so cheesy now but man those mixes were better than gold, studied those mixes more than my homework lol…

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      6. I’ll have a listen to some of their stuff. Never actually heard of them, or at least I don’t think I have. I always feel a hint of local pride when I hear ‘Voodoo Ray’ by A Guy Called Gerald. Unsurprisingly, Grant Nelson has done an incredible remix of that too. Westwood was a serious name on the act for a while. It was his popularity that made him seem cheesy. Same as Goldie really. He is and was a really legitimately brilliant producer.

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      7. Absolutely​ i agree, with your new session on the horizon and all I’m curious what would you say is your favorite subgenre of house?

        I’ve always been partial too deep house something about the soul of it all sticks with me


      8. Thank you for your concern, bud. Difficult to know what to say about it other than how awful today must be for the families of those who lost their lives. It’s those people for whom my heart bears heaviness.

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