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Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle - it's not all fun and games

The cinema can be a scary place on a Saturday night. Once you’ve navigated the stale popcorn-saturated air, avoided parting with two crisp fivers in exchange for a bucket full of liquid sugar, and managed not to lash out at the general rustling, giggling public, you’ve probably got 30 minutes of mindless advertising to get through before Hollywood’s latest blockbuster hits the back of your retina. 1,078 more words

Thoughts On Life

The amazing reason I had to learn English at the tender age of 5ish

I’m what you might call a nerd of the mould. My personal journey into fantasy literature, games, films and pulp has shaped me in such a way that I’m a peg that is extremely easy to plonk into any nerd/geek stereotype shaped hole. 812 more words

Rambling

Brienne of Tarth

“Who’s protecting her?”

“The only one that needs protecting is the one that gets in her way”

Brienne of Tarth, a high born lady who would rather be a knight. 310 more words

Why does it seem stars from my generation* have such a hard time staying alive?

What gives, yo?

I mean, life’s a bitch and all but come on Gen Xers, don’t let all that depressing music from the Nineties go to your head… 1,291 more words

Music

World Building: Non-Human Races

*** We have a Facebook Group set up for all who want to share and discuss ideas related to writing! You can find it here… 664 more words

Writing

iWriterly Video: Top Writer Stereotypes

Writers are a strange group of people. We hole ourselves up in rooms or in the corner of a public area with the sole wish of being left to record our cluttered thoughts. 100 more words

Meg LaTorre