Monthly Archives: September 2011

the simple truth

Cat and I talk a lot about why Romance is at the bottom of the genre pile. Why does it ick people out so much? Why does it strike such an uncomfortable chord, that in turn creates such antagonism? Yes, … Continue reading

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the almost-thirties reading-taste crisis

For quite some time now – actually, it’s not as vague as that. Let me start again. Since reading the Lymond Chronicles, I have found it difficult to lose myself in romance the way I used to. I am still … Continue reading

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on becoming a tourist attraction

so here’s the reason you haven’t heard from me in an age: yes folks, that is a wedding at the Edinburgh castle. My sister-in-law’s wedding at the Edinburgh castle, to be exact. If you’ve ever been to Edinburgh, and walked … Continue reading

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next year, when alpha heroes are…teenagers?

For the past two years I’ve been studying a Diploma of Professional Writing and Editing at RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology). It’s one of the top courses in its field in Australia (I have to phrase it like that, … Continue reading

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