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The Invisible City: A Review

This review is part of my judging effort for the SPSFC. For a little intro to the whole thing and an explanation of my judging style, see this practice review. What was next on our list of books for the … Continue reading

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The Sphere: A Journey In Time: A (practice) Review

The Sphere: A Journey In Time is the first book of The Sphere Saga by Michelle McBeth. First, a little background on why this whole review is even a thing. You can skip to [1] if you want to go … Continue reading

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Discarded Blog Ideas (#3)

(Fuck, I did it again. Apparently posting in the carpark doesn’t work. Oh well, at least I had this all drafted.) Not every blog post can be a winner. Here’s another special behind-the-scenes look at some of the off-cuts and … Continue reading

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The Myconet, Part 33

The cellar was bigger than the others I’d been through. No, it was more than that. It was a huge, disorganised, irregular-shaped expanse of shattered concrete flooring, random wood-panelled walls, scuffed cement pillars and at least a couple of deeper … Continue reading

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The Myconet, Part 32

It was another dank and musty basement-cellar space-time junction, this one with a floor of what felt like uneven paving stones or wide chunks of cement, generously interspersed with damp gravel. The wall, when I groped my way to it, was … Continue reading

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The Myconet, Part 31

While I was aware that in technical terms I was skipping around chronologically and therefore not exactly wasting time as such, I was beginning to feel very keenly that I wasn’t getting any closer to actually solving the mysteries and … Continue reading

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The Myconet, Part 31

Here’s the other thing about the Prism. There was no way to reach it or get to it from below – not that Creepy and I were able to find on our spectacularly, nay definitively unsuccessful tour of the sub-sewers … Continue reading

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The Myconet, Part 30

Here’s the thing about the Prism. It didn’t exist in all the dimensions it should have existed in. And when I say that, I say it as a more or less complete layman in classically-accepted scientific fields. Oh, I’m sure … Continue reading

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The Myconet, Part 24

As interesting as it was to be in Ye Olde Barnsley Prison Yard(e), it didn’t take long in that blazing heat to make me sincerely regret not quitting while I was ahead back at the L&E tower lost and found. … Continue reading

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The Myconet, Part 23: On Time (II)

None of this is to say, of course, that the entirety of deterministic eternity is written, every moment a stepping-stone in an inevitable series of events and arrangements of matter that were set in motion by the acceleration and trajectories of … Continue reading

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