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Hey, hey, hey! Wanna see what I get up to on the rest of the web? I would like to cordially invite you to enjoy my website, where you will find: links to all my other exciting stuff on the … Continue reading
So, I bought myself a domain and I moved my blog to it. And then, because it was mine now, I changed the name of the blog from In Search of the Happiness Max to The Rhubosphere. And I changed … Continue reading
Sorry this is so late. I had, like, three significant life crises happen all at once, and I only had this half finished by 3rd October, which was my blog’s birthday. I really wanted to get this out on the … Continue reading
My second guest to the slumber party is my good friend Nat. Nat writes horror, fantasy, and science fiction as N K Kingston, and romance, erotica, and erotic horror as Mina Kelly. She has published stories in several anthologies, as … Continue reading
I heard something on Radio 4 this morning that set a fire in my brain. It connected with all kinds of things that have been bubbling beneath the surface for the last few weeks – a bunch of ideas and … Continue reading
Just a little drop in the Halloween ocean: the most awesome Benjamin Dewey of the wonderfully poignant Tragedy Series Tumblr today linked to City of the Dead Week 1 as a Halloween treat. I’m glad he did. City of the … Continue reading
Some of you may remember that earlier this year I was inspired by Warpcore SF to track statistics on the gender of lead characters in the things I review. A lot of talk is bandied about regarding the gender of … Continue reading
Today, this most wonderful piece of nonsense rolled across my Tumblr: An Inflatable Beard of Bees! ‘None of the danger of using actual bees’ When a beekeeper wants to impress the ladies, he puts a queen bee in a small … Continue reading
Warpcore SF has posted some really interesting stats regarding the balance of gender in the protagonists of the books she reviews. They suggest a persistent dominance of male protagonists in her reading, despite her own awareness of the problem. This … Continue reading