Anyway, you don’t care about this “Dear diary” stuff. This is the fourth part of a serial, so you may want to read Satellite One, Satellite Two and Satellite Three if you want to understand what in hell’s going on. Let’s see if I can wrap this up in a vaguely satisfactory way.
Behold. CCTV on a stick. (Taken with instagram)
New Merlin review on Dork Adore, in which I pine over Lancelot and try to sound serious occasionally.
Notes on a Short Stories seminar (Taken with instagram)
If you haven’t been following it already, this is the third in a four part serial, the first two of which were cleverly called Satellite One and Satellite Two.
Battersea Power Station seen from a pub. (Taken with instagram)
An excited preview about the return of The Killing on The Digital Fix. (The Danish one, not the ropey remake.)
Review of the latest Walking Dead for Dork Adore. It's basically a gushing love letter to Daryl Dixon.
Time for the second part of the serial, cleverly entitled “Satellite Two”. You might be able to take an intuitive stab at what the other two will be called. And yes, this too has been written as part of my NaNo word count.
For those just joining us, you may want to read Satellite One before continuing…
My contribution to The Digital Fix group X Factor review now up. And check back an hour or so after Sunday's horror-broadcast for an update!
New Merlin review on Dork Adore, and the show is really trying to be "dark" this week. Old man torturing!
Also, in trivia, this is the 501st post on this blog. Wow. (Yes, this might’ve been more exciting if I’d noticed in time for the actual 500th, but never mind.)
And I think it goes up forever. (Taken with instagram)
Just found this in my wallet. Tempted to try and cash it. (Taken with instagram)
Write-in fuel. (yes, those are gingerbread Santas. Yes, that is the TARDIS.) (Taken with instagram)
Preview piece for The Digital Fix about tonight's Life's Too Short premiere, with Warwick Davis and Ricky Gervais.
It is raining at London Bridge. (Taken with instagram)
It’s also a bonfire night themed story, because I own a calendar. Perhaps a little bit of a scary one too, maybe I’m not entirely over Halloween.
And next week, the website story routine may change a little. I’m working on something. For now, plenty more stories are available as ever. Oh, and I seem to have gone slightly crazy with Instagram lately, resulting in massive expansion to the photo category on this website. I may get over it soon.
Notes on a Dickens Lecture - by Nick Bryan, aged 27 and a half. (Taken with instagram)