Review: Shadow Stalker, Episode 9 by Renee Scattergood

Makari has finally come to realize Auren is not the delohi-saqu, and his father, Drevin, Emperor of the Galvadi, has been wrong about her all along. He goes to Zain, Auren's father, for help to heal Auren's mind after he had wrongfully broken her. Now Makari vows to protect Auren and help her escape, but … Continue reading Review: Shadow Stalker, Episode 9 by Renee Scattergood

Guest Post: Renee Scattergood, Author of the Shadow Stalker Series

It's Shadow Stalker time again! This weekend sees the release of episode 9, and to celebrate I have a special guest post from Renee to start us off. Tomorrow I will have a review of the episode, so be sure to come back then. But first, let me introduce you to Turning Tides; episode 9 … Continue reading Guest Post: Renee Scattergood, Author of the Shadow Stalker Series

If we were having coffee – All blitzed out!

If we were having coffee I would tell you I took my nan to the cinema yesterday to see San Andreas. We had an additional treat because my youngest daughter decided to grace us with her presence! She assured me it was a desire to spend time with us, but I think it's more likely … Continue reading If we were having coffee – All blitzed out!

Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Ernest Hemingway

This week, my quote (or quotes in this case), for Writer's Quote Wednesday are from Ernest Hemmingway. I'll start with this one: Ernest Hemingway I sincerely believe I was born to tell stories, why else would I have so many characters in my head? I've been making things up since the moment I could talk; spinning … Continue reading Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Ernest Hemingway

Practice Session: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Prompt Challenge #46

I make no secret of the fact I struggle with poetry. It might be because I love it so much and, unlike my prose, I have a tendency to overthink it. I used to practice a little, but I haven’t in a while, so I decided to take part in Ronovan’s Haiku Challenge this week. … Continue reading Practice Session: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Prompt Challenge #46

If we were having coffee – Release day edition

If we were having coffee, you would no doubt notice my boundless enthusiasm. I'm buzzing with energy, and it has nothing to do with the caffiene coursing through my veins! Today, Gina Briganti and I published Changing Worlds, which means you can finally meet Maddy. Changing Worlds includes Saunders' Choice by Gina, and my prequel … Continue reading If we were having coffee – Release day edition

The Last Laugh – A conclusion to the tale

A few weeks ago I wrote a guest post over at Silver Threading - a short story I titled the Last Laugh, which was based on the following prompt: “I wish I’d wake up tomorrow and be anyone but me,” You’ve had a rough day at work. You head home and go straight to bed, mumbling, “I … Continue reading The Last Laugh – A conclusion to the tale

Book Release – Before Mako Came Yoko: Comparative Study of Pacific Rim and Yoko Tsuno

Check out this new release by the talented Natacha Guyot. Click on the original article for further details. Thank you 🙂

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Title: Before Mako Came Yoko: Comparative Study of Pacific Rim and Yoko Tsuno

Genre: nonfiction, media studies, gender studies

Synopsis: In 2013, Mako Mori, from Guillermo Del Toro’s Science Fiction movie Pacific Rim, provoked extensive fan engagement. Much praise was given to the character because of her personality and her unique narrative. Yet, a character very similar to Mako emerged decades prior to her: Yoko Tsuno, the main character from the eponymous comic book series created by Belgian author Roger Leloup.

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I am happy to announce the release of my latest nonfiction title Before Mako Came Yoko: Comparative Study of Pacific Rim and Yoko Tsuno. If you enjoy either franchise or are curious about media representation of female characters, I especially recommend it. Happy reading!

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