Archive for July 2016

Interview with James Devo – ‘The Wonder’

james devo the wonder

Award-winning scriptwriter James Devo, born and raised in South London, brings to us the imaginative world of The Wonder. It was a pleasure to have interviewed James, and I am sure you’ll be curious to know more of The Wonder after you read the interview.

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The Social Media Marathon, by Dan Alatorre

social media marathon

by Dan Alatorre Can you run 5 miles right now? Like stand up, go outside, and run five miles? No? Don’t feel bad, 99% of people you know can’t either. WHY would you want to run 5 miles? That’s hard. And… far. I don’t do that, by the way. But I did once. Blogging and…

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The Fandom Tipping-Point, by Benedict Patrick

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by Benedict Patrick I vividly remember my first time. I was in my final year of primary school – eleven or twelve years of age. He was a substitute teacher, taking over our class for only a few weeks. Despite our huge age difference I was drawn to him, and more importantly was drawn to the…

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Interview with Tiffany McDaniel – ‘The Summer That Melted Everything’

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Tiffany’s debut novel, The Summer That Melted Everything, is being published by St Martins Press/ Macmillan this July 26th (you might get a treat if you pre-order). In this literary fiction book, “Fielding Bliss has never forgotten the summer of 1984: the year a heat wave scorched Breathed, Ohio. The year he became friends with the devil”. I am delighted…

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Review of ‘Under the Trees’ – Ashley Maker

Under the Trees

Sometimes all you want to do is read a fairy tale, and believe in the good of the world – that good people can win, and that princesses live happily ever after. But make no mistake, Under the Trees is more than that, it carries an empowering message. It tells us to stop dreaming, and start…

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