A Dalliance with Dalyan

I can’t really lie: I wasn’t massively looking forward to the holiday in Turkey. Alright, maybe that’s not strictly true. I was looking forward to it, just not as much as I’d looked forward to holidays in the past. There were too many question marks hanging over it concerning a multitude of issues. The biggest … Continue reading A Dalliance with Dalyan

Paul.E.Bailey’s World – Calling Papua New Guinea

Title image includes images from Smartraveller and Wikipedia. From the top I would just like to say that this post is nothing but a whole bunch of nonsense and I am literally only writing it for the sake of doing so because it’s in my head. I recently purchased the game Dead Island for my … Continue reading Paul.E.Bailey’s World – Calling Papua New Guinea

Paul.E.Bailey’s World – My 5 Favourite Fictional Heroes

It had to happen. I went the way of the villain last time, so now I suppose it’s natural progression to look at the good guys. After all, there can be no negative without a positive. In general, I find I’m more impressed by the bad guy in any work of fiction. Perhaps that says … Continue reading Paul.E.Bailey’s World – My 5 Favourite Fictional Heroes

Paul.E.Bailey’s World – Living the Dream Part 5 (Locations)

Welcome to the fifth instalment of the series that takes a deeper look into my story writing and reading ventures past, present and future. I had actually intended to do this one as part four, but decided to run with editing for that one instead. I think it’s a fairly obvious thing to say that … Continue reading Paul.E.Bailey’s World – Living the Dream Part 5 (Locations)

Paul.E.Bailey’s World – Ashton-under-Lyne and the Prodigal Son

It matters not where any of us were born and raised. Every single one of us feels some kind of connection with the town in which we grew up; for better or worse. I’m no exception to the rule. You cannot be an Ashtonian and feel nothing for Ashton-under-Lyne. I feel an awful lot for … Continue reading Paul.E.Bailey’s World – Ashton-under-Lyne and the Prodigal Son