Martin who?


Martin Cororan (Koh-roar-ran) is a 40-year-old musician & writer based in Reading, UK. Having inherited a silly surname he has had to phonetically spell it his entire life.

Sporadically taking IT project roles to pay for the mortgage on his medieval pile he can often be seen mooching around Berkshire sporting an array of beanie hats.

Above all other things he enjoys concocting tunes and stories…

13 responses to “Martin who?

  1. Well…

    I dint know you are such a great person. Ahem… Ahem… I will surely read your book before I leave london.


  2. I take your Cororan and raise you a Panayiotou. Ha!

    Fantastic background image on your site – such a great book cover. I’ve just downloaded the Melting Pot to my kindle and look forward to giving it a fresh read.

    Call by to Limebirds if you get a chance – I recently started posting there as limebirdsally. It’s a really friendly site, full of a lovely people, sometimes making casual observations that we can all relate to; often posting useful tricks of the trade.

  3. Hi, I just nominated you for a Versatile Blogger Award. I was nominated for it recently and you’re one of my nominations ( ) Congrats!

    The rules of this nomination are as follows.

    1. Thank the award-giver and link back to them in your post.
    2. Share 7 things about yourself.
    3. Pass this award along to 15 others.
    4. Contact your chosen bloggers to let them know about the award

  4. Read some of your posts. Impressed, so downloaded your book for the Kindle.

  5. Martin Cororan

    Cheers Grumpy – that’s very kind of you – Loving your cartoons so will check in regularly.

  6. Hi Martin!
    Love the time travel fat guy! Great stuff there.
    Thanks for dropping in on my blog and hitting the follow. Hope you find things of interest. Welcome aboard pensitivity101.

  7. Hi Martin. Berkshire is one of my favourite counties! We lived in Wantage in the days when it was still in Berkshire – which seems such a long time ago now. You’re obviously a multi-talented guy – both writing and music! I listened to ‘Dig Deep’ and ‘Home’ and can say that you certainly know how to play the guitar. I’m into writing flash fiction, so will have a look at some of your pieces.

  8. Have you ever been nicknamed Roar? Would be appropriate since you seem like you have a lot to express through your music and stories. I know how it is with having to maintain a box and feed the bag. Keep on writing!

  9. Been reading some of your fantastic work (I’ll collect the cheque later) and just have to read more. My, but you’ve been busy!

  10. Martin Cororan

    The first seven are always the hardest, but I’ve got a good feeling about the next seven – it’s all good…

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