Just want to say thank you for viewing this page.

Ladies and Gentleman.

Dear Fellow Blogger,

Thank you for taking the time to view my About section of my blog. It feels fantastic.

My name is Joe Phill. So just to tell you about myself. I don’t have a writing background nor have I written any books or columns for national newspapers.

I started blogging in sometime around 2013. I got into blogging because a friend of mine was writing blogs while travelling to a city called Skien in Norway. I feel I am fortunate and lucky enough to have seen and met bloggers because it is because of  yourself’s are what inspires and motivates me to keep on writing blogs. I got some success, earlier on when I started but I’ve gone downhill since then.

I didn’t write that many blogs in 2014 because there were no ideas or none that spring to mind that are probably not worthy. I have learnt so far in 2015 that I am not a person who has suffered from such negative disasters beyond my control and OK I’m probably not the most inspirational.

I like writing long stories or long pages. I remember when undertaking my GCSE exam in History, I would take up about 9 or 10 sheets of A4, just to answer the question. Especially in my early blogs, I would write around 1200 words which is like writing five pages which does seem ridiculous.

The whole idea behind blogging is to share my views and experiences to the wider world. I’m not that bothered about how many views I get or how many people follow my blogs. To be honest I don’t get that many views at all.

My expectations in time is to travel. I’ve been and visited Cheltenham, Oxford and Windsor in the UK.

This may sound ridicolous but I would love to France, Germany, Italy, Australia, South Africa, Barbados, New York, Los Angeles, Miami.


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If anyone can pair up with me that would be great 🙂

I look forward to you viewing my blogs.

Best Wishes,

Joe Phill


3 thoughts on “About

  1. Really appreciate your post on Aspergers/autism. This helps me a lot with figuring out how to write about autism. I also have autism myself, and have wanted/tried to write about it for a long time but didn’t really know how. Thank you for sharing this.


  2. oops, sorry, I thought this was the post about autism that I saw. But I meant what I said. I really like this blog so far. Very honest and heartfelt. It gives me another perspective on how to write my blogs, one of which is very much like yours.


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