Monthly Archives: December 2010

Writing and Gaming: They’re Different

I write, and I also run games. [1] The writing came first, but only because up until I went to university a combination of geography and lack of social skills meant that I didn’t know anyone else who was interested … Continue reading

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Question of the day: do they have Christmas on Requite?

I don’t think they do, because those members of the cast who have any religion at all inherited it from a religious fringe group who revered a holy revelator who was born, I think, some time about a thousand years … Continue reading

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Yet another Lulu money off code

Enter UKWEEK4 at checkout. Valid until Boxing Day. Happy Winter, everyone!

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How The Feud Began

Another deleted scene! This one was cut from The Maker’s Mask very late, and I’d actually thought I’d put it back into the book in one form or another, but apparently not, so here it is. Tzenni explains the Feud … Continue reading

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Read a deleted scene from The Maker’s Mask

I’ve put up a deleted scene from The Maker’s Mask, in which Ligeia Boccamera negotiates an alliance with Mukhtar Prime. Some bits of this got cut out and used in the conversations between Ligeia and Karely in The Hawkwood War. … Continue reading

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New Requite-set short story

This time last year, I was manically writing fanfic for Yuletide: I think part of this was displacement activity because I was sick of sending the Digital Doorstop off and getting it rejected, and part of it was displacement activity … Continue reading

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Britain After Rome

I am reading Robin Fleming’s Britain after Rome: The Fall and Rise, 400 – 1070 and really enjoying it. Part of this is because it’s full of descriptions of clothing. But most of it is that I am hugely attracted … Continue reading

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