Heavy Logix.

Lateral Thoughts on Life.


I’m Mark J. B. Bowen. Another blogger who wants to be a best-selling Novelist one day.


I’m a tall guy, in my early forties, from Kingston, Jamaica who likes to dream big and combine interesting ideas in unusual ways.

My main interests are writing songs and writing books.

I read a lot of books (mostly on strategy and novels) and I am interested in Photography.

Psychology, Economics, World Politics, Travelling and Lateral Thinking and Business Ideas always fascinate me.

I also like Comic books and Art ( by painters such as Robt. Williams or Frazetta ).

For fun I play strategy games, like chess and poker, mostly online. I also enjoy swimming especially at the beach. Used to do Tai Chi and subjects like Daoism and Reiki still interest me.

I practically live on Facebook.

Been married for six years and have a daughter that age also.

My blog will probably touch on all these various areas at some time.   Although my blog is just really like a very personal journal or scrapbook of ideas that I find motivating, or worth thinking about, hopefully you’ll enjoy it also.

Leave a comment and share your opinion, I really appreciate that.





  1. Hello,
    I just found your interesting article “Attack of the Chess Clones” on chessninja, and I’d like to translate it in romanian and, with your permission, to present it on our chessblog http://iulianceausescu.wordpress.com/ .
    Thank you in advance.

    Comment by rodantero | August 2, 2009 | Reply

  2. yes you’re welcome to use it once you give credit.

    Comment by heavylogix | August 3, 2009 | Reply

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