Freeze Frame Chapter 17

By Glyn Wade / March 20, 2016 / Glyn's Blogs, Glyn's Creative Writing, My First Novel / No Comments

Chapter Seventeen (More experimenting) It was later that evening. The cronk was on its way through the sewage system according to Trackmypoo.com and the sausages had been consumed and were on their way to becoming cronks themselves. Don’t you just love the human body! The living room furniture wa...

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Freeze Frame Chapter 16

By Glyn Wade / March 16, 2016 / Glyn's Blogs, Glyn's Creative Writing, My First Novel / No Comments

Chapter Sixteen (Experimenting) It was time to take some more photographs, this time shooting things* that moved. The usual subject was having a snooze in preparation for his afternoon nap but was bound to be tempted by a tin of tuna. Napping can be tiring and don’t get Biggles even started on ac...

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Freeze Frame Chapter 15

By Glyn Wade / March 13, 2016 / Glyn's Blogs, Glyn's Creative Writing, My First Novel / No Comments

Chapter Fifteen (In which Phil DOES learn something) It didn’t take Paula long to explain and Phil learnt that Paula had been doing some reading up herself. It took a lot longer to explain to Phil what she was talking about and get him over his fear of even the mention of exposure compensation. E...

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Freeze Frame Chapter 14

By Glyn Wade / March 9, 2016 / Glyn's Blogs, Glyn's Creative Writing, My First Novel / No Comments

Chapter Fourteen (In which Phil almost learns something) ‘So why are they different? asked Paula. ‘Well I checked the settings, you know the IBO or International Standards Organisation as it is known.’ ‘Wouldn’t that be ISO?’ ‘Yes that’s what I said.’ ‘No, you said IBO.’ ‘I didn’t, I know what I’...

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Freeze Frame Chapter 13

By Glyn Wade / March 6, 2016 / Glyn's Blogs, Glyn's Creative Writing, My First Novel / No Comments

Chapter Thirteen (A chapter of discovery) Phil had only been joking about standing and whinging. What a cad he was. After meticulously labelling the cameras numbers 1 and 2 so he wouldn’t forget which was which he then made elaborate notes explaining to himself that camera 2 was the one he’d used...

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Freeze Frame Chapter 12

By Glyn Wade / March 2, 2016 / Glyn's Blogs, Glyn's Creative Writing, My First Novel / No Comments

Chapter Twelve (The Next Day) Biggles had spent the night on the bed. Biggles was still fast asleep. Phil sneaked out of bed. He got camera 1. Biggles was still fast asleep. Phil came back. Biggles had gone. ‘DAMN!’ shouted Phil. ‘DAMN!’ exclaimed Paula as she woke with a start. ‘Sorry’ said Phil...

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Freeze Frame Chapter 11

By Glyn Wade / February 28, 2016 / Glyn's Blogs / No Comments

Chapter Eleven (In which Phil finally shows Paula the picture) ‘That’s pretty amazing’ she said ‘I mean I’m not an expert but for your first go that’s incredible. Everything is so crisp and clear including Biggles’ fur even though you can tell that he’s walking. That’s fantastic dear.’ She kissed...

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Freeze Frame Chapter 10

By Glyn Wade / February 24, 2016 / Glyn's Blogs, Glyn's Creative Writing, My First Novel / No Comments

Chapter Ten (ebay) Phil loved ebay. He had a 100% feedback score. He had also bought a number of things that Paula had had to tidy away and he’d sold things that had cost him more money than he made. You know those ‘joke’ auctions where people put for example, a used sock up for […]

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Freeze Frame Chapter 9

By Glyn Wade / February 21, 2016 / Glyn's Blogs, Glyn's Creative Writing, My First Novel / No Comments

Chapter Nine (In which the plot develops….what do you mean ‘what plot??’) ‘What other parcel?’ ‘Oh for goodness sake Phil, you had two parcels earlier, honestly I do worry about your memory, you’d forget your head if it was loose, remember that time you forgot you’d driven to work then caught the...

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Freeze Frame Chapter 8

By Glyn Wade / February 17, 2016 / Glyn's Blogs, Glyn's Creative Writing, My First Novel / No Comments

Chapter Eight (Have you forgotten something?) After Googling David Bailey to make sure he was actually a photographer Phil settled down in his armchair. Google had come up with names like Henri Cartier-Bresson, Alex Hyde, Steve Bloom, Tony Worobiec, Simon Palmer, Ansel Adams and Annie Liebovitz b...

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