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Update from Wonderland: October Edition

Happy Halloween month! This is a small post. I have my costume prepared and a party to go to; Halloween is going to be incredible this year. I am planning a post for tomorrow or Saturday about the best Halloween … Continue reading

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Update from Wonderland: April Edition

It’s Easter! A time of rebirth and chocolate! And an excuse to watch Rise of the Guardians, a movie which deserves a lot more credit and attention than it got. I don’t have many plans for the Easter break. It’s … Continue reading

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My 2015 Promises

New Year’s is a time of hope. The holidays remind me of Rise of the Guardians. If you haven’t seen it, definitely do. I loved it and so did my cousins. It’s about Jack Frost, who becomes a Guardian of … Continue reading

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Update from Wonderland: December Edition

This is a huge, exciting month for me, mostly thanks to The Guardian, Writing North East and the International Gothic Association. First of all, I’m writing a post for The Guardian’s student blog. It’s a special Christmas themed post about … Continue reading

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The Swan Princess; or, Getting Published

At the end of this post is one of my published pieces, as requested. Though I am not sure why it was requested, here it is. I have been published twice in my life: once in an anthology and the … Continue reading

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Update from Wonderland: August Edition

Ah, August. I have such a tempestuous relationship with you. It’s summer in all it glory, and unfortunately I am not a fan of summer. There is little to do, too many people and the weather wants me dead. August … Continue reading

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Fandoms and Feminism: A Female Thor

I am certain the comic fans of this blog knew that this blog was going to happen. For once, I’m on trend. And of course, my monumental 50th post had to be on this. It would be a travesty if … Continue reading

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Self-Publishing: The Realms of the Unprofessional?

This post is long overdue. It was requested last month, but the real world demanded attention. I can only apologise for the delay. You may remember my post a while back on what you can do with a degree in … Continue reading

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What To Do with a Degree in Creative Writing

I suspect I was asked to do this blog as a taunt, but I’m told more often than not that my degree is useless. I think the worst time was someone a lot older who belittled the degree in such … Continue reading

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An Update From Wonderland: April Edition

Am I a literary scholar who writes, or am I a creative writer who can perform literary analysis because I understand how writers think? I was accused of both last night by my lecturers, and I can’t dispute either. I quite … Continue reading

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