All the inventions I’d make if I owned a pension fund.

Ideas for products, businesses, gadgets, gimmicks and philosophical quandary’s, that have not been patented yet.

In this book you will find 100’s of ideas I’ve had that you could adopt as your own.

If you like you could even make millions from such labour saving devices as “The Clipon Endoscope, The Novel Ring Tone, or even The Fly Flap system” itself.

What I offer you in this book is the kernel of the idea and a brief outline of what it might look like, how it could work or where you might use it.

The rest of the money making caper, like funding, marketing, patenting and all the real stuff that costs money would be up to you.

The only guarantee I can give you is you might get a few laughs along the way.

Finally, remember what Richard Branson said;

“Business opportunities are like busses, there’s always another one coming.

So keep turning the pages, there’s always another one.

Or call me on +353 (087) 9512849


3 Responses to About

  1. Christal says:

    First of all I want to say superb blog! I had a quick question that I’d like to ask if you don’t mind.
    I was curious to find out how you center yourself and clear your mind before writing.
    I have had difficulty clearing my mind in getting my
    ideas out. I truly do take pleasure in writing however it just seems like the
    first 10 to 15 minutes are generally wasted just trying to
    figure out how to begin. Any recommendations or
    hints? Kudos!

    • flyflaps says:

      Hello Christal, Thanks for your kind words. I dont really take that much care about what I write for the first ten minutes or so, its more about getting some semblance of the idea down, in any shape or form, even if its total muck. What I’m trying to do with this blog is get the idea down as quickly as possible before it diasppears. I’m using the same technique for something else I’m writing offline. Get an idea about characters in a possible situation, get it down as quickly as possible and then keep going until they fall into some logic trap, and then go back to the start to adjust how they got into this mess in the first place, for example. I dont know, I’m not very successful at the moment but it keeps me occupied. So my main advice is not to care too much about the rails the story rides on, just get the idea (or the engine of the idea if you like) down and adjust at leisure afterwards.

      Cheers! William

  2. Melita Brege says:

    I’m really impressed with your writing skills and also with the layout on your weblog. Is this a paid theme or did you modify it yourself? Either way keep up the excellent quality writing, it is rare to see a great blog like this one today..

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