Facts about the author.

  • Retired from working many years before he retired
  • Is currently male, 52 and wears a hat
  • Bryntin is a nom de plume for another bloke, who’s not French
  • Sleeps more than average
  • Knows a little about something, nothing about a lot and doesn’t like beetroot
  • Is a fan of making up words and is confident most dictionaries will catch up with him soon
  • Is generally not religious but still says ‘Bless you’ and offers his handkerchief if you sneeze and generally even finds a clean patch on it before he hands it over
  • Generally loves both fiction and love friction
  • Lives in Cornwall on the British Isles
  • The title ‘O4FS’ is a representation of the expression of utter delight often expressed by anyone he has shown his blog to.

Bryntin formerly appeared to write a blog called ‘The Bryntin Project’, then became a character in ‘The Bryntin Project’ and then it all got very complicated and he couldn’t cope any more and eventually he disappeared up his own tailpipe while wearing a straitjacket and muttering about cheese.

4 thoughts on “About”

  1. You followed me and you aren’t a ghost… I think, though your profile is sure spooky given in places it could be me but then you ruin in by not being me and unspooking myself. Am I witterwatering again? Still I’m here in response to the follow and will definitely follow back because I need to keep you in plain sight in case you become me and then I’d be following myelsf and there has to be a word for that.

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    1. Yes, some followers arrive with no existential problems at all you know but you seem to have made a head start.
      I thought it about time that I read your blog having seen your commenting popping up on others I read.
      Welcome and I hope you find something you like here.

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  2. How lovely… we have a few things in common.
    Well, almost in common.
    Or common like.
    Maybe common adjacent?

    I’ve been known to mutter about cheese, know a lot about nothing…and my father summered in Cornwall as a boy.
    Close enough…eh?

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