Three Hoodies Save the World

Constant moaning and whinging about everything

My wife’s about to slaughter me.

When I’m at work, my entire day revolves around three things: Looking smart, driving cars, and answering phones.
When I’m on holiday, which I am now, I do none of these. Thus after a week of Christmas holiday my beard is almost down to my ankles (according to she who must be feared) and if I don’t driver her to the shops, stable, best friend’s house, or even worse answer the telephone pretty soon she’s going to end my miserable existence – apparently with a hammer.

There’s plenty of time for all that when I go back to work, so the hairy one has been painting stupid things and dragged Three Hoodies 2 out of the cupboard.
Here’s a selection of both; first the silly painting:

I really should be concentrating on my upcoming book covers but I can’t be bothered.

And here, the first line of Hoodies 2. This series is not for or about young adults so my characters’ language is a little harsh at times. My biggest problem was beating or at least equally the opening line from Hoodies 1. I think I’ve settled on this, but like all writing it may change.

‘You nearly got swallowed by a giant slavering monster then crushed to crap in an earthquake, just for a lump of Iron Pyrite? You’re a total dickhead.’

If I’m not pulped during the night, I’ll be back to my usual blogging nonsense tomorrow.


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8 thoughts on “My wife’s about to slaughter me.

  1. Loved this blog post! Too humourous! 🙂

    • Unfortunately true. Tonight my beloved waved a razor before my face. I’m not sure whether it was a plea or a threat.

      • Do ou need me to find resources for you to get safe? I used to do that as a certified domestic violence volunteer advocate. I can do so for you to get yourself safe, if you prefer.

  2. Thank you but I exaggerate slightly. Or at least I hope so.

  3. Another cool painting! I hope you’ve survived!! 😀

  4. well I like it 😀

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