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Some people walk away from you. A few march with you.

“Some people standby you in your darkest hour while others walk away; only a select few march towards you and become even closer friends.”
― Jeffrey Archer, Only Time Will Tell… 646 more words


Q&A With Children's Author Tracey Mathias

Please join me in welcoming the wonderfully prolific British author Tracey Mathias to the Reading Room today. With a middle grade fantasy adventure trilogy under her belt published in German and now in English, she’s also started a new YA project. 897 more words

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Welcome to Milford SF Writers

This is a holding page for Milford SF Writers, ready and waiting for fantastic posts on writing science fiction and fantasy from top authors from the UK and further afield. 18 more words


Absolute Sandman, Volume One; by Neil Gaiman, et al.

The biggest problem with the Sandman series is that it sets a hilariously unrealistic precedent for other comics. I personally can speak to this, having been introduced to the entire genre through Sandman, and been very surprised and disappointed when I started exploring other superhero comics. 432 more words

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Review: In a Dark, Dark Wood

In a Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This thriller is about a hen party from hell, with a tight cast of people carrying a heap of emotional baggage from the past. 274 more words

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Dreams and Realities in Angela Carter's The Magic Toyshop

It seems fitting on International Women’s Day to be writing about Angela Carter, a widely underrated British writer, whose unflinching belief in her own worth and the worth of the female challenged the way that women are portrayed in literature and popular culture. 1,523 more words

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