Monthly Archives: March 2015

Follow Your Fayt: Review of ‘The Mystery of the Crooked Imp’

Anyone who’s read Footloose may have guessed that I’m rather fond of faeries, particularly faeries who are a bit different from the flower-dwelling-twee-and-sparkly norm. So, when I opened the package from The Phoenix Comic and saw the cover of Tales of Fayt: The Mystery of the … Continue reading

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What Being Alive is All About

The first time I read a book by Terry Pratchett, I pretty much set myself up to fail. I was about ten when I cracked open a copy of The Colour of Magic on a long journey in the back of my grandad’s … Continue reading

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Tilting at Windmills: A story of recovery

I’ve not been shy when it comes to blogging about my experiences with illness, and particularly with mental illness. This is partly because I believe in the “talking about it destroys stigma” idea, and partly because I have some weird urge … Continue reading

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