About this page
A good blog needs a good "about" page. At least, that's what I've been told. Whether or not this counts as "good" in any way is something I will leave to anyone reading it to determine.
About the blogger
First the physical stuff: brown hair, brown eyes, 5’10”, strong/stocky build, requisite number of legs, arms and heads.
Still with me? Read on…
I am a man. I am Scottish. I am hairy. I am in my 40s. I have suffered from depression since my teens. I am, as my name suggests, I am somewhat hirsute and, unrelated, I am often to be found in a state of undress.
I've been told I have an obscure sense of humour (what to you mean you hadn’t noticed?) and am not known for taking myself too seriously. Life’s too short and we only get one stab at it.
Obligatory sales pitch next…
Looking for fun, friendship, good company, good food, or, failing that, just good sex, then why not get in touch and see how it goes?
Still there? Well done! Not much more to go…
About this blog
It's really an extension of my twitter. It is not a sex blog as such (although I do discuss sex here), nor is it a misery memoir (although I will also discuss depression/mental health here as well). It is, essentially, a place where I howl at the moon and jot down my random thoughts and observations on whatever subject I feel the need to unleash and need more than 280 characters in which to do so.
About my writing
My writing is a mixture of experience and imagination in varying proportions. I’ve been writing short erotic fiction and poetry since 2001, both on my own, and in collaboration with other writers. I hope you enjoy them.
I always like to hear what my readers think about my stories, poems, thoughts and photos so please feel free to leave comments on them. Comments can be left anonymously.
All facts given above were more or less accurate at the time of writing. All views are my own and were probably "correct" at the time I wrote them down. I reserve the right to change my mind on any subject, at any time, without notice. No responsibility can be accepted for any discrepancies that might arise. Any offence given was, most likely, not intended. Anything you can't handle is your own problem. The judge's decision is final.