This is the blog of writers Tim Rich and Tom Lynham. It’s about the ideas, things, scenes, words and characters we encounter on our travels through life. Hence 66,000 miles per hour – our velocity as we fly through space and around the Sun. You are welcome to add comments, as long as they’re not about erectile dysfunction pills, dental mailing lists or invitations to recycle the assets of a recently assassinated military leader.


I help organisations to communicate better. Compelling writing with a creative twist generates interactive chemistries with audiences. I work with public and private sector clients on a broad range of projects – from international tone of voice programmes involving thousands of employees, to language strategy for start-ups. I’m one of the founders of 26.


I’m a director of Black Ship Communications Ltd and one of the founders of 26. In my day job I write and advise on everything from a company’s overall story to crisis communications, speeches, corporate reporting, brand, values and tone of voice. I work with everyone from the directors of some of the world’s largest corporations to a small, radical mental health charity. I run writing workshops for business people and designers. I’ve co-edited four books; on writing, the alphabet, the Circle Line and football. And I’m one half of photographic duo World of Good. I’m Linkedin here. I tweet here.




  1. Posted 24/11/2010 at 2:50 pm | Permalink

    thanks to have an interest on my work with your picture on flickr !!!

    66,000 MILES PER HOUR……XXXXXX……. great !!!!


  2. Joan Glen-martin
    Posted 17/06/2011 at 6:38 am | Permalink

    Hi Tom great to see you yesterday. What a surprise! Our past often comes up and nips us on the bottom.

    Why do I like Tracey Emin – well many of us at Fyfield had “pasts” that none of us spoke about. She’s done all my talking for me, her footsteps have followed the footsteps of my past. So her work moves me because (i) am in it.

    Lawrence sends his regards. xx’s Joan

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