Short story: ‘The Ball of Light’

After a while Natalie could see something glowing. At first she couldn’t make out what it was, but as she moved more coal out of the way she realised it was a small, powerful ball of light. No bigger than a tennis ball, it glowed a brilliant light with served only to make it’s darkened surroundings seem an even more ominous hue of inky black. Continue reading

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Book review: “Star Wars – Moving Target” – Cecil Castellucci and Jason Fry

PBook review: "Star Wars - Moving Target" - Cecil Castellucci and Jason Fryart of the all new Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens book series, Moving Target by Cecil Castellucci and Jason Fry sees Princess Leia and her small team on a top secret mission spreading both vital information and misinformation in order to gather any and all Rebel forces together ahead of the epic Battle of Endor. Continue reading

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Book review: “Star Wars – The Weapon of a Jedi” – Jason Fry

Book review: Part of the all new Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens book series, Jason Fry’s The Weapon of a Jedi finds Luke Skywalker embarking upon a solo mission to learn the ways of the Force and begin to master the traditional weapon of a Jedi: The lightsaber. Continue reading

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Aunt Alberta (extended description)

Aunt Alberta (extended description)There she stood: Aunt Alberta. Looming ominously in in the doorway, a rotund shadow with a straw-like crop of greying hair, quivering and wafting atop her bulbous, perspiring forehead. To say she was overly fat would be a lie. To say she was beautiful would be an even bigger lie. Continue reading

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Book review: “Star Wars – Smuggler’s Run” – Greg Rucka

Book review: Star Wars - Smuggler's RunPart of the all new Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens book series, Greg Rucka’s Smuggler’s Run finds us joining scoundrel Han Solo and co-pilot Chewbacca (both firm fan favourites) on one of their early swashbuckling adventures. Continue reading

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Short story: ‘The Pond’

Short story - 'The Pond'Elizabeth Fox wasn’t what you would call a ‘planner’. At only 20, she was spontaneous, bright and breezy, free and easy, meandering through life, just enjoying whatever came her way. While other girls her age were concerned about going to university or getting a career started and settling down, Elizabeth was happy with her life just as it was. Continue reading

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The Bayonets: a rocking retrospective

The Bayonets: a rocking retrospective

With the vinyl release of The Bayonets’ smash hit debut album rash Boom Bang! imminent, let’s step back take a look back at the band and their meteoric rise to become one of the most successful and popular indie rock bands in recent years. Continue reading

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Movie reviews – Marvel: Phase One

SMovie reviews - Marvel: Phase Onetarting out with the incredibly successful Iron Man in 2008 and culminating with the whirlwind The Avengers in 2012, Phase One of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe managed to hook both movie going audiences and fans of the comic series on which the movies are based. Continue reading

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The Bayonets are back…with some BIG news!

For a long while the winds of the music industry have been whispering rumors about some big news from the fantastic indie rock band The Bayonets, but finally the trio are breaking radio silence to make a big announcement…and you won’t want to miss out! Continue reading

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Short story – “The Watcher”

Short story - "The Watcher"The cold rain stung like a million tiny needles against Sally and Ned’s raw, exposed skin. In the dark distance sat the dilapidated, wooden house, quivering in the merciless and unforgiving wind. Heads down, they pressed onwards. That was when the curtain started to move. Slowly, fluidly, deliberately. Continue reading

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