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Paris, With The Neon Turned Off

I’m sure we’ve all speculated, dreamed even, of what it would be like to find ourselves transported to another moment in time. In Paris, where I currently live, it’s not that difficult to do. Just turn off the neon and go for a walk. All images by the Nomad Champagne Model: Leslie Patrick  Steven Moore…

Steven Moore Photography Paris

à bientôt, England

Bonjour, mes ami. Usually, when I have a trip to my country of birth England planned, I get anxious, nervous even, because the bottom line is, I don’t really like being there all that much. My life is away from England, a life I’ve worked so hard to forge for myself over the last decade.…

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Introducing: Kerra Nancarrow

A month or two back I posted a blog introducing my novel’s main protagonist, Tristan Nancarrow. To follow up that post, here’s a brief introduction to his troubled mother, Kerra. Kerra Nancarrow is trapped, enslaved even, by a brutal husband and her incarcerating island prison. For too long she has suffered terrible abuse, and her…

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And The Winners Are…

Thanks to everyone that entered into my ‘win a postcard’ competition. And the two winners are… 1. Big bad Brien Silver at ‘Sabai Jai Yen.’ and 2. Sally at ‘A Breath of Foreign Air.’ Well done guys, and a lovely postcard from Borobudur is on its way to you tomorrow. I asked you where these…

Twenty First Century Nomad Steven Moore Photography

On The Steep Steps Of Enlightenment?

Our main reason for coming west to Java from Bali was my long standing wish to visit Borobudur, Buddhism’s largest temple. My fascination with the world’s religious structures is in stark contrast and at surprising odds with my atheism, and though I don’t adhere or subscribe to any of these institution’s beliefs, traditions and fairytales,…