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The Princess in the Mound – a review

Originally posted on Druid Life:
I first encountered Linda Raedisch through her folklore-orientated non-fiction work. So when this novel came to my attention, I was keen to read it. It isn’t a big book – 98 pages of not especially…

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Tales from Tantamount: January of the Year of the Sad Plastic Bag, part one

Originally posted on Meredith Debonnaire:
Being a continuing found record of the town of Tantamount. May contain newspaper headlines and humour in bad taste. Trigger warning for mention of suicide (remarkably brief). Headlines in Tantamount, January 1st The Tantamount Herald…

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Tales From Tantamount: December of the Year of the Abandoned Shopping Trolley

Originally posted on Meredith Debonnaire:
This post is a story! A strange story, but a story! The first installment of Tales From Tantamount. Don’t worry, I will still do book reviews as well. Enjoy the weirdness. I’d recommend readers be 13ish and…

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Something novel and full of magic

Originally posted on Druid Life:
Those of you who have been with me for a long time may recall the Nerdbong podcast and a 22 episode serialisation of my novel Fast Food at the Centre of the World. Many of…

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The Life and Times of Angel Evans: Behind the Scenes

Originally posted on Meredith Debonnaire:
Hello, and welcome! I’ve not had a lot of time this month, so rather than a neatly planned out post, I’m simply going to give you a few of the drawings I did of Angel…

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Hopeless Creatures

Originally posted on The Hopeless Vendetta:
This is a video taken at the start of our gallery exhibition in Lansdown, Stroud, as part of Stroud Book Festival. There are lots of the kinds of small creatures you find in rock…

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The Life and Times of Angel Evans: Behind the Scenes

Originally posted on Meredith Debonnaire:
Welcome back! This month, I’m exploring Dragonboats, Featherboats and worldbuilding. Art by Meredith Debonnaire So, dragonboats. They are, as you will (I hope) know, mentioned in the story. As are featherboats. And they’re one of…

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