Last year I was fortunate enough to be involved in the first series of The Campaign Trail, a Dungeons and Dragons podcast that takes a somewhat tongue-in-cheek look at politics in a fantasy world. Well, series two is almost upon us and once again I am honoured to be a part of this amazing production.Continue reading Back on the Trail Again
The Twenty-Tens are over and a new year is upon us. Not just a new year, but a new decade. Welcome to the 2020’s my friends, the year of the cyberpunk, the year after Blade Runner.Continue reading Welcome to the Future
Yesterday, I took part in the second of an unspecified number of guest recordings for a podcast I’ve found myself involved with, and this is both exciting and terrifying at the same time. Exciting because so far it’s been a lot of fun and I’m really enjoying being even a small part of something like this. Terrifying because I really hate the sound of my own voice in recordings.Continue reading Being Heard
So here it is. 2019. The first day of a new year. The time when traditionally we’re supposed to make a list of all the things we’re going to do over the next twelve months to better ourselves in some way. Well, who am I to fly in the face of tradition?Continue reading In The Beginning
A couple of weeks ago I was happily reporting that my mojo had returned and I was once again writing with verve and passion. And then early last week my brain assassin came back from whatever holiday she’d been on and the mojo went and hid in a corner. This of course gave the brain assassin more ammunition, which made the mojo cower away even more, and thus a vicious circle was born.
I’ll be honest with you, I’m not doing all that well with life right now. Just over three weeks ago I lost my primary source of income, and literally on the same day suffered a fractured elbow. I’m still in the limbo of waiting to find out if I’m eligible for benefits while I try to find another job, and it’s only thanks to the kindness of close friends that I’m able to keep the lights on, metaphorically speaking.