Monthly Archives: January 2015

Work in Progress: Writing Sigyn, Post One – First Draft

I never quite know how to begin blogs on how I write. Writing a story is a weird enough process on its own – thinking about how I write, and then putting that into words, is like trying to catch fog. But, for … Continue reading

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Buccaneers and Brachiosauruses: A review of Pirates of Pangaea

Sometimes I forget that, as a twenty-nine-year-old who passes quite well for a proper adult, I’m not exactly the target audience for The Phoenix comic. Not that it matters. As with so many other things – Harry Potter, the Avatar … Continue reading

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Bad on so many levels: A horror story

The building where I work has many stairs, and I am familiar with every single one of them. I’d like to say that this is because I’m the sort of disgustingly healthy person who runs merrily up stairs at every … Continue reading

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Team Harpy

There are a lot of negative words used for women, particularly those who do things as audacious and unseemly as ‘disagree’ or ‘have opinions’ or ‘exist’. I’m not going to list them here, because you can find them pretty much … Continue reading

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