Office Life – Excerpt 3

An excerpt from a book on life in an English office As Wood finished his cigarette he noticed a programmer called Phil Bracewell coming towards him. Bracewell had scruffy, brown hair, a wispy moustache, and glasses that magnified the hazel pupils of his eyes. “Eh Phil, I hope you’re not coming over to fart nearContinue reading “Office Life – Excerpt 3”

Office Life – Excerpt 2

Another excerpt from a book on life in an English office “I can only speak about the hair on her head,” replied Tranfield,”but it does look like the colour of shoe polish doesn’t it?” “God, Martian, who taught you to program, Aristotle?” “Harry who?” “Aristotle the ancient Greek philosopher, you dimwit, this code is soContinue reading “Office Life – Excerpt 2”

22nd January

5 Days in the life of an English office There’s lots of banter and insults flying around in this story. One person goes to the wrong place for the weekend, another has horrible personal habits, and a couple have sex over a desk when no one is watching, but someone is listening. The main characterContinue reading “22nd January”

8th January

Today’s words of the day are Preternatural meaning beyond what is normal and Sigil which is an inscribed or painted symbol considered to have magical power. Today’s reading has been varied and thanks to the author Nigel Pennick, I now know that Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, was named after the Northumbrian king Edwin i.e.Continue reading “8th January”