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My resolutions begin

I’ve started walking.

23rd Jan 2017

Steps – 2595
Time – 01:03:12

A lot of that time was spent standing around in shops. I went into town and was asked to pick up a few things. 105 more words

New Years Resolutions

What is Creative Living?

I am a fiction reader. I have a background in trauma, and though I live my life ambitiously – I don’t like to read about reality. 1,019 more words


Cyberpunk Roleplay

A lot has been written about Donald Trump recently, a lot figuring him as some sort of nightmare dystopian avatar come lighting rod conducter for evil and for all that is wrong with the world, and I don’t really disagree. 899 more words

6 Elements of Writing a Thriller

Thriller is a big genre in fiction and covers a multitude of sub-genres, including psychological, action, military, spy, mystery and suspense. It’s no surprise that many thriller novels have been made into films, as they’ve got all the ingredients for a good cinematic experience, so check out my ‘films that thrill’ list at the end of this post. 1,372 more words


Interview with Ross Welford - Author of What Not to Do If You Turn Invisible.

Ross Welford’s second novel, titled What Not to Do If You Turn Invisible , was published at the end of last month and if you’ve been keeping up with your Scribbler blogs, you’ll remember that we recently highlighted it as one of our Children’s / YA top picks for 2017. 1,294 more words


Why I've Been (Unintentionally) Avoiding YA

Recently, I was looking at Kourtni’s YA Blog, and I realized that I hadn’t read many of the books she reviewed, and NONE of the more recent releases. 702 more words