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“A Million Words: Turning Your Hobby Into Your Career” – Philip R Johnson

Last year, Philip came along to a convention my friends and I organise (I use that termย very loosely) called Nerdvana. Having enjoyed himself, he offered to be on hand for the following year, by doing a talk on writing and hosting some form of writing competition. This year, I hadn't forward planned sufficiently to throw… Continue reading “A Million Words: Turning Your Hobby Into Your Career” – Philip R Johnson

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Book Shop Crawl with Rebecca Thorne-Jones

Something wonderful I've gained from my addiction to Twitter is the awareness of things such as "Hashtag Book Shop Day" with Books Are My Bag; what a wonderful excuse to visit book shops, splurge on books, and maybe even have a cheeky cocktail. So that's exactly what Book Wife (Rebecca Thorne-Jones) and I did! We… Continue reading Book Shop Crawl with Rebecca Thorne-Jones

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Richard Osman’s World Cup Of Books

What's your favourite book? Don't you just hate that question? It sends me spiraling... how can anyone have a single book that is their favourite? I can't comprehend it. I'm an eclectic reader at best. My true love lays with grim dark fantasy, and I can tell you my favourite grim dark book (The Heroes… Continue reading Richard Osman’s World Cup Of Books

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Shakespeare’s The Tempest with Taking Flight Theatre Company

Last night myself, hubby and some friends attended a performance of Shakespeare'sย The Tempest held in the impressive venue of our Kidwelly Castle Look familiar? It's the castle used in the opening of Monty Python's Holy Grail. Yes, your mother is a hamster and your father does indeed smell of elderberries. I wasn't sure what to… Continue reading Shakespeare’s The Tempest with Taking Flight Theatre Company