Monthly Archives: October 2016

So what costumes would Jen & Co wear for Halloween?

Well, Jen would be a Witch because she more or less is in that she lives alone outside of town and sometimes walks through the woods in search of interesting herbs and fungus.  I mean she almost is kind of a shaman, witch-doctor or wise woman – people whose role it is to protect against evil magic users and other entities. 

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Neil deGrasse Tyson explains why it’s ludicrous to think aliens don’t exist

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Review: Tales of the Abyss

So, I’m going to carry on reviewing the Tales series because… no reason really.  I just feel like it, and they happen to be on my brain at the moment.

So, Tales of the Abyss was released in English on the Playstation 2, but I believe only in North America. 

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Is there anything about The Little Queen you would change now?

Yes.  Lots.  That’s the short answer, but a longer one will follow.

So in terms of publication, I kind of got over excited when I was nearing the end of writing and rushed it out.  It turns out it wasn’t properly proofread and there were a lot of errors. 

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Review: Star Trek Beyond

I’ve a little confession to make – I only saw this movie for the first time last week.  Although I know Simon Pegg is a nerd and a good writer from his work on Spaced and other films, I was still put off seeing this movie because of the utter shambles that was the previous film. 

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Asterion – Prologue, Part One

I’m posting the first few chapters at least of the current novel I’m writing in order.  Not absolutely final yet, but any feedback, comments, questions or suggestions are encouraged and welcomed.  Also be sure to check out the first book.  It’s really quite good.

Prologue,

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Review: Tales of Vesperia

So as I threatened, as well as books I’m going to start talking about and reviewing games and other things that I like.  But only that I like.  If you think I’m going to mention games I don’t like, then you’d be wrong.  That’s just not gonna happen.  Well, unless something angers me enough to want to rant about it,

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Happy Columbo Day!  You know, that cigar smoking detective who discovered America?

Well, he discovered America as much as Christopher Columbus did, as there were already people there when they arrived.  And each ones arrival was accompanied by a lot of murder.

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Asterion – Introduction

So, after fumbling for a long time with trying different things and ideas, I’ve decided to share at least the first few chapters of my next novel, Asterion.  It sill isn’t yet finalised and so changes may yet occur before it’s published.  Even so, I would obviously welcome any feedback,

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Mr Bones, a game that combines two of my favorite things: skeletons and rock and roll. 

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