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Review: Ready Player One -Ernest Cline

Fossil fuels have run out and the world has crumbled into an ashy, desolate heap. In Cline's novel, the only solace has become an open world platform game called the Oasis. At the beginning of the novel the game has already replaced the majority of normal life, working, socialising and even school. The creator (Halliday)… Continue reading Review: Ready Player One -Ernest Cline

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Discussion: An All Female “Lord of the Flies” Remake?

Please allow me to interrupt our regularly scheduled review post to have a short rant. I've just read that Warner Bros have signed a deal to recreate 'Lord of the Flies' with an all girl cast. As if we don't have enough misogynistic trash floating around, we now have to endure two dudes using a… Continue reading Discussion: An All Female “Lord of the Flies” Remake?

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Writing Wednesday: Finding Your Characters Online

Happy Writing Wednesday! I’ve pulled together some weird and wonderful ideas and topics from around the internet to help give everyone a mid-week writing boost. Whilst these ideas might not work for everyone I hope they might provide a little bit of inspiration and encouragement to practice your skills. I’ve also included some creative exercises… Continue reading Writing Wednesday: Finding Your Characters Online

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Writing Wednesday: The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows

This Writing Wednesday I thought I'd link you up to this fantastic website. There are all of these words appearing on the internet describing strange emotions. I didn't realise that these words were written by one man until I found this Ted talk where he discusses his site "The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows". The author, John Koenig… Continue reading Writing Wednesday: The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows