K.J.Heritage is a UK author of mystery/crime sci-fi and epic fantasy—all with a strong emphasis on action and adventure and occasionally a little humour. Find out more
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5 days ago
Thinking I may be getting closer to regeneration… ... See MoreSee Less
Don't do it. You get fresh new knees, but it's just another chance to go through the same crap all over again. I think.
It’s okay, I’ve done it loads of times before. Just like moving house
5 days ago
Anyone on here watching Mr Robot ?
This shit is as unreal as it is real !
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6 days ago
Well Wonder Woman was a bust. Where on earth did those great reviews come from... what an embarrassing turkey. They can make as many sequels as they want. I won't be watching. ... See MoreSee Less
Didn't like the adverts or the premise .. Didn't waste my time on it
Don't bother. It's badly plotted, badly written (the dialogue is worse than clunky), it's insulting to both sides in WW1 - in that respect it was historically moronic - and quite, quite preposterous on every level.
I didn't like it either. It's essentially a rehash of the first Captain America movie, which I wasn't crazy about either.
1 week ago
In serious need of what I’m going to call: ‘an extended period of horizontal undressed unconsciousness’. Now trying to locate a suitable ‘lying down device’ ... See MoreSee Less
Haha. Didn’t sleep a fucking wink. First night of full on insomnia I’ve had in years... luckily there was plenty of existential dread to keep me going... 😮
Hmmm...So, Lord Ashcroft and other super-rich Brexiters, what first attracted you to leaving an EU that's determined to clamp down on tax havens? #ParadisePapers ... See MoreSee Less
Tory Britain: the rich get richer and the rest get poorer. Official figures. Just look at the UK compared to the rest of the world. Absolutely sickening. ... See MoreSee Less
That's about the size of it, yes.
That's the spirit.. ... See MoreSee Less
Haha! ... See MoreSee Less
So it has come to this...
Haha! A brilliant compilation! ... See MoreSee Less
Ahem...Not sure how far to put the clocks back tonight? Just check who you are on this handy list. ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
My biggest concern about the new Twitter character limit is... if it will increase or decrease the chances of nuclear Armageddon #Trump ... See MoreSee Less
I expect it will do little more than confuse him, thereby causing a critical stupid build up. When the immense amounts of critically charged stupid in his head collide with the sudden need to say more crap, The cognitive feedback is likely to cause the above.
Well done @Brighton_Little Theatre for my play: Man in a Room & to the lead actors who had to memorise all those lines! A fantastic night. Well done everyone ❤️❤️❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
The Midlands hon. Bring it to the Midlands x
1 month ago
New star trek discovery is amazing ! ... See MoreSee Less
2 episodes in ..and this is what star trek is meant to be 😁
I like it too. It's so different from all other Star Treks. I like that it's episodic. I'm anxious to see where it's going and how they will incorporate the Klingons.
I love it so far. But episode 4 did leave me wondering if the quality might be starting to drop. Hope not!
Just finished the third ep. I have something to talk about but am worried about spoiling it for anyone. I hate spoilers.
Go on then
Just styart with 'WARNING SPOILERS'
WARNING: POSSIBLE SPOILERS. It completely blew my mind that Michael is Spock's foster sister.
And Sarek seems to be nicer to Michael than he is to Spock (as we know) so wondering what Michael does to make Sarek change
Had my flu jab. Sent me out like a light. Woke up stumbling around with a headache and an intense desire for human flesh. Also seem to be suffering from some kind of skin condition... ... See MoreSee Less
Suddenly I’ve gone off my lunch, lol. 🙈🙈🙈
Me before coffee!
A nice cup of tea sorted me out... mostly
Has anyone seen my TARDIS? I parked it somewhere in 1962... ... See MoreSee Less
Just watched naturalist Chris Packham’s program ‘Asperger's and Me’. Having been diagnosed with autism in March this year - after a lifetime of struggling with the social world and all my many, many odd thoughts, behaviours, disabling anxieties, and other difficulties - it was like someone switching on a light. Nice to see Chris Packham being so open about the condition. I’ve not overtly broadcast my diagnosis, although a few people know. To be honest, I’ve been very angry and it's a taken this last six months to accept it properly. I’ve never believed in excuses but knowing about my condition has allowed me to contextualise many of the things that have always perplexed me. Luckily, I’m high-functioning - one of the 14% with autism who can hold down a full-time job. And I have found the loverly Suzanne who amazingly doesn’t seem to notice my multitudinous flaws. I suppose I’m coming to terms with it and the effect it’s had on my life. But, unlike Chris, I think I would get rid of it if I could. But it’s still all a bit raw. Maybe that will change with time. If you’ve not seen the programme, it's on BBC iPlayer - BBC2 - I’d certainly take a look. ... See MoreSee Less
Watched this on iPlayer last night. I don’t know very much about it, (have a little knowledge from chats with my sister in law as my nephew has autism). It was truly enlightening. I admire both yours and Mr Packhams openness and honesty on Aspergers and autism - more awareness and understanding can only be a good thing. 👍👍👍
As the wife of an aspie, this documentary really got to me because it was so candid and his bravery in making it is immense. My husband is 51 and had his diagnosis about 2 years ago and still gets the feelings of anger occasionally, although he is slowly coming to terms with it. Much love Kevdude. X
Thanks for your openness Kev! I think more people should talk about it! You have all my support! 🍀❤️💪
So glad you posted this, I'd been meaning to watch it. I am being assessed for Asperger's later this month and need to have my dad with me when I go. Unfortunately he had a stroke a couple of weeks ago. So I guess I need to ring them and explain.
Dude, it’s not autism - you’re from Ripon aren’t you? Ha ha. I’m just about to watch this. He’s fascinated me for years. I finally realised why when he ‘came out’ a couple of years back. I know your anger. I felt massively let down by the education system for a start. As for pursuing my assessment, I felt like some kind of circus animal having to jump through hoops. My first ‘case worker’ suggested I may be a spoilt child who has never grown up. That was followed by being given wrong, potentially life-threatening information. That’s when I started kicking doors down rather than knocking at them. Anyway, you’re just as unusual as you suspected. Welcome to the club!
Lots of love KJ Heritage. Hope all is well.
Classic. Love it.
I watched it for the first time last week. Incredible film, even if that extended dance number near the end about the budding dancer made little sense to the overall story. If you have the DVD, it's well-worth watching it again with the optional inspirational segments.
One of my favorites!
My play 'Man In A Room' is on in at the Brighton Little Theatre next week in a Double Bill with only one of my favourite playwrights of all time: Joe Orton!!
Get your tickets here: brightonlittletheatre.ticketline.co.uk/newatthelittle-double-bill-the-ruffian-on-the-stair-and-ma... ... See MoreSee Less
Saw this play in Liverpool and really enjoyed watching it. Great work Kev 😊
You have a play?! Nice work! I will see if I can get down!!
Get tickets fast. they selling like warm buns
A man of many parts....and some of them still working! Well done Kev!
1 month ago
Just a Reminder to watch Today's Episode
Star Trek Discovery ... See MoreSee Less
Thank u ! I nearly forgot 😁
Watched it. I have to say, it was the weakest episode of them all so far. Some nonsense about a spore drive and the creature from last week. And the Klingon stuff was black and white. All a bit silly and poorly thought out. Didn’t believe any of it. Hoping it’s just a one-off. Will watch again tho just to be sure! 😀
1 month ago
I want some, with a picture of someone with their tongue out! 😀
Harrogate Cinema, in England ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
1 month ago
Well, that settles that....
(source: twitter.com/RodriguezDaGod/status/916096098577666048) ... See MoreSee Less
Slow and steady wins the race!
Haha! Who goes to them anymore? I’ve not been in one for years - except to vote the Tories out as it’s my local polling station. Must make the effort. I used to live in them as a kid
The last time I was in my local library was about a year ago. Now I go to their website and take out books, audio books, magazines, comics and movies online.
Finally read ‘Ready Player One’ by Ernest Cline. *Minor spoilers* A really interesting book, brilliant in many ways, and a page-turning read but the ending? A bit of a let down... It was what I was expecting but with no ‘fireworks’ - if that makes any sense? And a little sentimental. I’d recommend it though. Very much so. It was like reading the history of my own life’s interests and obsessions - all the films, fantasy role playing games and video games that I’ve loved. Thoughts from anyone who’s also read it? ... See MoreSee Less
Just watched #StarTrekDiscovery Episode 3. It’s superb on many levels. Mainly the characters. Loved it. Lots going on. Lots to think about😀 ... See MoreSee Less
yes, I think it's going to be pretty cool. too bad everyone has to have an American accent, though. getting tired of that ---
It bugged me a bit at the end 😉 That certainly wasn't S.T. style, not "main line", some episodes had in all S.T. Series, so that was unusual But over all I liked very much despite a little thing at the end
Great ep. Gorey for Trek though!
It was a bit like a horror movie I thought
that bug thing looks like a giant flea--had blood sucking mouth parts, too
'Grown up' Star Trek I hope! There's enough sci-fi pap out there for the kids. But its sadly not quite 'Game of Thrones in space'
not the obviously fake monsters on original Star Trek, that's for sure. bug reminded me of the bugs in "Starship Troopers" --
Sonequa Martin-Green has a lot of personal gravitas--very evident in "Walking Dead" --so expecting more of that
I love First Officer Saru - he's very interesting. Love his hoofed feet. And Rekha Sharma (Commander Landry - head of security) is one to watch as well. And Jason Isaacs is just class. I'm intrigued to find out who he is... he's certainly the most creepiest captain so far
Also looking forward to see Rainne Wilson in what I'm guessing must be a younger version of Harry (Harcourt) Mudd 😀
Star Trek should not aspire to be "Game of Thrones" style since it isn't what S.T is sbout And if you want "Zombies" out in space, watch "Firefly" then weep and watch "Serenity" and become angry 😛 Saru has some good burns that's for sure I am still not sure what to think of it, I do like it and it is definetely better than Star Trek Enterprise But is it Star Trek? Not yet other than the names of spaceships and ranks etc But I do hope it will get there, it has a lot of going for it Michael has an execellent blend of Kirk & Spock so far, but we still need a whole character being a Spock/Data/Tuvok/Odo/Seven of Nine among other missed characters
I shall be watching this space for more Stormtrooper revelations.
2 months ago
Egg.... anyone? ... See MoreSee Less
Naa, it's to soft 😛
Watched the first two episodes of Star Trek Discovery on Netflix. Brilliant production values and an intense opening. It’s like no Star Trek TV series that’s boldly gone before. 8/10 from me so far. ... See MoreSee Less
Cheers dude I'll look it up 😁
There is a bit of Kirk in Michael, isn't there? I love that they returned to an instrumental intro unlike the S.T. Enterprise, which I only bothered to watch a few episodes of. This one has a lot more potential IMO
I have watched all the series, and the first episodes always require some faith. This one has fantastic production values; let's see if the rest follows.
I’ll watch it all anyway 😀
I thought it was well done even though it's in the "getting to know you" stage. It's definitely the darker side of Star Trek.
The head writer says the first series is gonna be all war and then series two and onwards is gonna be more a trad let’s see what’s out there kinda thing
That sounds interesting, like re-occupying the territory overwhelmed by too many gung-ho pretenders over the years, in thrall to Cameron's Aliens. I'm just about to watch this for first time. No spoilers plz ☺️
2 months ago
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2 months ago
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Well done KJ Heritage
Everyone loves a No. 2 slot! Wot?
I'll take it
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On my kindle now 😊
Got my new Kindle 6” Paperwhite Hi-Res with backlight today after my old one died 😢 It’s bloody lovely 😀 So what are you? Book or e-reader? ... See MoreSee Less
I love my books but I got a kindle so I could download your books !! So really kindle should give u a huge discount as i bought mine because of u... I do find it hugely convenient for holidays reading and taking to work ...but ... I love the feel and look of books more 😁
I’ve moved on from books... the horror!
I can't let go ....its a compulsion !! 😲
I like my own books as actual books. They sit next to Frank Herbert on my shelf.
Both. If I'm reading in bed it tends to be on the kindle as its kinder on my ageing wrists (and lit so don't need a bright lamp on). I do love a book though, like Rob - I can't let go either.
I have some Edgar Rice-Boroughs including a first edition all of which smell of old books .. . It's an emotive smell and feel to the old paper .... I believe the smell is a form of mould that affects old books tho 😲
I've got a Voyage. It's a thing of beauty.
I’ve still got my original Kindle - probably 6 / 7 years old. I only buy real books that are non-fiction - the sort I need to flip back and forth to different sections or have a lot of diagrams. Can’t do that so easily on a kindle. I love buying a kindle book and reading it straight away!
one thing--reading an ereader in be seems to disrupt my sleep pattern, so avoid, if can!
meant to say, in bed
I'm reading a physical book at the moment. I keep wanting to tap the page to check the definition of a word.
I haven't killed off any characters in ages. Starting to get a bit restless *sharpens knives* ... See MoreSee Less
I always stand by a windy tree for the best effect...
Those farts can be terrible...
Innit! ... See MoreSee Less
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