Monthly Archives: March 2011

Synchronicity – A "yeah whatever" concept in a story written on Saturday pops up on Tuesday

It is not the first time a “yeah whatever” concept I use in a story – for background enrichment purposes – pops up somewhere a bit later. Working with Paul Harland on a never finished story somewhere in 2002 one of the first pages referred to people leasing their forehead for (removable) advertising tattoos. Advertising […]

Four lessons I learned in the past five years

Here are four lessons – injected with a lot of information – I learned in the past five (and ten) years: What you manifested as a kid is your main guideline of your most important traits – whatever people tried to tell you later and whatever choice you made in your later life, what makes […]