I investigate the new Primeval DVD boxset for Dork Adore. As if watching the episodes wasn't enough.
Someone has teabagged London Bridge. (Taken with instagram)
Back in the warm comfort zone of The Digital Fix TV section, I review last night's We'll Take Manhattan. How does Karen Gillan fare outside the TARDIS?
And today’s is possibly the closest I come to “proper” blogging at the moment, too. This is basically a heavily fictionalised version of something that happened to me on Monday, in that one of the things here really took place.
The rest of it didn’t, admittedly. It also has a back-and-forth-in-time structure, because I like those.
Review of the new Mull Historical Society album City Awakenings, on the music section of The Digital Fix for once.
Notes on my own fear of public speaking. (Taken with instagram)
Kitten attempts to operate tap. “One day,” she thinks, “I shall pour my own water.” (Taken with instagram)
Man goes shopping at stupid hour of morning. (Taken with instagram)
NaNo is over, my essay is submitted and so, this week at least, I managed to go to my writing group on Monday and bash out a new story for this website.
Hope you like it, it guest stars Angus Deayton which is… unusual for my material. Apologies if this makes it inaccessible for our American readers.
The cat, doing his best impression of a mystical omen of death. And successfully putting me off my work. (Taken with instagram)
Notes On A Fiction Seminar (Taken with instagram)
New Danish drama Borgen starts on BBC4. I review it for The Digital Fix and make all the inevitable comparisons to The Killing.
Second Sherlock review of series 2 appears on Dork Adore. Features Russell Tovey, so this will probably be quite positive.
The Lime-Stabbing. (Taken with instagram)