Can you survive a murderous 1920s poker tournament? Who killed the passenger on the steam liner to New York in 1947? What happened to the surgeon? And will you be able save your guests from poisoning? Five murder mystery scripts take players to very different places and times in history, from a 1920s birthday partyContinue reading “Death on the Beach – and other murder mystery plays”
I can still feel your touch on my skin. Sometimes it is like a feather, so soft it barely makes an impact. Other days I can feel the muscles of your palm, as you hold on to my shoulder. Your lips, I do no longer remember what they taste like. I imagine strawberries and theContinue reading “Poem: No Title”
Die Sage von der Prinzessin der Spiegel Alle Spiegelprinzessinnen weinten.Sie weinten, wenn es regnete. Sie weinten, wenn die Sonne die Welt in ein goldenes und warmes Licht tauchte. Spiegelprinzessinnen weinten und ihre Tränen waren wie flüssiges Silber, das in winzigen Tropfen ihre Wangen hinab lief. Mit ihren zarten Glashänden fingen sie sie auf und webtenContinue reading “Der Spiegelkobold – Kinderbuch ab 7 Jahren (Auszug)”
I just went through my drawers actually looking for something else and found a few paintings I did in 2015 when I was on a creative holiday with a friend and we tried out different styles in painting. They are all done in acrylics but with a very different approach to each painting. If youContinue reading “Burgundy – Art recap”
Radcliffe Camera, Oxford. Acrylics on canvas, 108x82cm
Acrylics on cardboard, 41x31cm If you are interested in buying one of my paintings, please get in touch. Open for comissions.
He wished he could call himself strong, strong and steadfast as his sisters and brothers had been before him, a steady beacon in the fading days of joy. But as the wind battered his leaves, his soul shook and his branches withered in the wind he felt his brightness was nothing but a façade toContinue reading “Lone Survivor”
Even though it is called New College, it is actually one of the oldest in Oxford. It is also the place to go, if you want to see parts of the old city wall, which now runs along the gardens of New College. If you are a Harry Potter fan you might recognise theContinue reading “Oxford Colleges 6: New College”