Monthly Archives: November 2014

Holding Patterns: Adventures in chronic illness

One of the first manga series I read was Rumiko Takahashi’s Inuyasha, which is your average, bog-standard fairy tale about a teenage girl who travels back in time to have adventures with a stroppy half-human, half-dog-demon because she’s the reincarnation … Continue reading

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My Five Favourite Catcalls

Catcalling has been something of a hot topic lately, largely thanks to this video: The video itself caused a lot of debate – not least, because of the fact that the people who made it edited out the white guys. … Continue reading

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Promotion! The Musical

The toughest thing about being an indie author is…well, to be honest, it’s knowing when the book is actually finished, without an editor to tell you “Stop. Stop. This is done. No, really, it is. STOP CHANGING THINGS! PUT THE PEN DOWN!” … Continue reading

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