Fantasy-Faction Game of Thrones Discussion: Season 8, Episode 5 – “The Bells”
 

FF Game of Thrones Discussion

Season 8, Episode 5 – “The Bells”

 
Fantasy-Faction Game of Thrones Discussion: Season 8, Episode 4 – “Last of the Starks”
 

FF Game of Thrones Discussion

Season 8, Episode 4 – “Last of the Starks”

 
Georgia Renaissance Festival – Opening Weekend Review
 

Georgia Renaissance Festival

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So What’s The Fuss About Scribbleton?

So What’s The Fuss About Scribbleton? 

One of the things we all love about great fantasy novels is the worlds they create. Indeed, for many of us, great worldbuilding is one of the major factors in measuring how much we enjoy a fantasy novel. We love a world that we can get lost in, in which we can bury ourselves in […]

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So What’s The Fuss About Ulysses?

So What’s The Fuss About Ulysses? 

There was a time when a writer’s most technological tool was the typewriter. With the advent of computers and the first word processors, writers entered the digital age. This early software was little more than a basic text editor but the ability to edit your work without having to retype an entire page or cover […]

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So What’s The Fuss About Writing Journal?

So What’s The Fuss About Writing Journal? 

Many writers enjoy tracking their productivity. They’ll keep spreadsheets to see how well they’re writing, filled with rows of word counts, start and end times. This way they can calculate just how many words they are writing an hour. For some, it’s a way to track their progress, to see just how far they’ve come […]

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Attending Your First Convention As An Unpublished Writer

Attending Your First Convention As An Unpublished Writer 

So there comes a time early in every writer’s career when you make a very serious decision. You’ve been writing as a hobby for years, you enjoy it and your head is literally bursting with ideas for all the various stories you want to write. You’ve developed as a writer, either you or friends have […]

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So What’s The Fuss About Dropbox?

So What’s The Fuss About Dropbox? 

Being a writer is about facing fear daily. Whether it be trying to tackle scenes that seem a little challenging or dealing with the daily worries of trying to forge a writing career in a marketplace that is seeing massive upheaval, fear is something that writers know all too well. But if there’s one phrase […]

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So What’s The Fuss About Sonar 3?

So What’s The Fuss About Sonar 3? 

If you want to be a published writer – whether it be of short fiction or novels, non-fiction or fiction, articles or ebooks – at some point you are going to have to submit your work. The process of submission is an angst ridden one. Will the publisher like it? Have you found all the […]

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So What’s The Fuss About Evernote?

So What’s The Fuss About Evernote? 

Writers are always being reminded that inspiration can strike at any time. It could be during the bustle of a busy work day or in the middle of night. And just like dreams, ideas can quickly fade to a distant memory if they’re not recorded. As a result, writers are advised that they should keep […]

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Foxglove Summer by Ben Aaronovitch

Foxglove Summer by Ben Aaronovitch
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Foxglove Summer is the fifth book in the Peter Grant series, which started with Rivers of London. Whilst not a complete departure from previous books, Foxglove Summer does take a slight break from the usual formula to keep the series fresh and engaging. The Peter Grant series follows the aforementioned character after he discovers an […]

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So What’s The Fuss About Calibre?

So What’s The Fuss About Calibre? 

There’s a lot of discussion surrounding ebooks at the moment: about how they are going to kill the paperback, how they will revolutionise publishing, how they’ll never be as good as a real book, how they are the future whether we like it or not. Love them or loathe them, ebooks are here to stay. […]

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Five Reasons You Didn’t Fail NaNoWriMo

Five Reasons You Didn’t Fail NaNoWriMo 

So no doubt your social media streams have been filled over the last few weeks by people celebrating their NaNoWriMo success. Undoubtedly, there’s a lot of high-fiving and statuses being liked. There’s probably even someone who already has their (unedited) masterpiece up for sale on Amazon. And whilst this can all be very exciting if […]

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Collecting Data On Your Writing

Collecting Data On Your Writing 

If you have any sort of science background, one of the most surprising things about trying to achieve success as a writer is the lack of metrics to gauge your progress. We live in a world of numbers, whether they be sales targets, exams scores, or measures of efficiency. Therefore, stepping into a world where […]

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So What’s The Fuss About Scapple?

So What’s The Fuss About Scapple? 

If you have been writing for any length of time it is inevitable that you have come across those writers who treat the act of writing as if it is bound in the realms of magic and mysticism rather than just being a lot of hard work and a case of bashing out one word […]

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