Welcome, one and all, to the latest Month in Review/Projects Update! There’s a lot going on, so let’s get straight into it.
February 2018 – Top 5 Posts
- #5 – Book Review: Vietnam Black by Brad Harmer-Barnes – I’ve been enjoying Brad’s output so far. His novels sit nicely within their market and provide plenty of entertainment, so it’s always great to see people paying attention to them.
- #4 – Interview: Bryn C J Hammond – I was really happy to see this one in here. Bryn has had a really interesting career, and he’s been absolutely brilliant guy in all my dealings with him. Great answers, and well worth reading.
- #3 – OWLS Blog Tour: The mirror and the fertilizer – Megumi Tadokoro and the competitive world of Shokugeki no SOMA – My first OWLS post made the top five! Whoop-whoop! This was really fun to work on, so i’m glad to see it getting some attention.
- #2 – Digimon Adventure Tri: Our Future Speculation – This surprised me. I’m really happy with how the article came out, but I wasn’t expecting it to continue to fit into my top posts four months on!
- #1 – E-Mail Scams – Talking To Ibrahim – This I am very happy with it. The trolling itself was brilliant fun, and that it provided entertainment for others is a real bonus.
But that’s not all, of course! This was a pretty busy month for me posting wise, so here’s a list of all the posts apart from the flash book sales:
- Month In Review January 2018/February 2018 Projects Update
- Unique Blogger Award
- Interview: Bryn C J Hammond
- Blogger Appreciation Award
- Way Cool Wednesday: 7th February 2018
- Mystery Blogger Award
- Stephen King’s It (2017)
- The X-Files (Season 3): Thoughts and top ten episodes
- E-Mail Scams – Talking To Ibrahim
- Author Interview: Mel Gough
- Anime Review: Beautiful Bones
- 30 Day Anime Challenge: #15 – Favourite Pet, Sidekick or Summoning
- 30 Day Anime Challenge: #16 – Best Animation
- Anime and me: a brief history
- Crunchyroll of the Dice 2018 announcement!
- OWLS Blog Tour: The mirror and the fertilizer – Megumi Tadokoro and the competitive world of Shokugeki no SOMA
- Book Review: Hell’s Glitch – The Glitch Fiends Part One
- Book Spotlight: If Souls Can Sleep by David Michael Williams
- Book Review: Beneath The Surface by Rebecca Langham
- Author Interview: Tay LaRoi
- Book Review: Vietnam Black by Brad Harmer-Barnes
- Author Interview: Charli Coty
- Author Interview: Shara Godwinson
- Retro First Impressions: Batman Returns [SNES]
- Do Video Games Cause Violent Behaviour?
- 30 Day Gaming Challenge: #15 – Screenshot From The Game I’m Currently Playing
- 30 Day Gaming Challenge: #16 – Best Cutscenes
- Game Review: Resident Evil 7 – Biohazard (Xbox One S)
- What Did I Play In February (and a little bit before)?
March 2018 – What’s A-Coming?
Well, there’s certainly a fair bit of variety planned this month! The usual categories will apply, but as a preview, here’s a couple of likely posts in each:
- WEEK 1: Random Stuff – The X-Files, some art, and my second OWLS post are still to come
- WEEK 2: Anime – Reviews, challenges, and the first match of Crunchyroll of the Dice 2018
- WEEK 3: Books – Lots of interviews
- WEEK 4: Video Games – Spending too long on a game that was awful
Cassie Tam 2 is almost done with editing. Yay! It’s also going to have some back matter/bonus material included. Double yay! I’ll do a proper post about the book once I have things like release dates and covers. I’m hoping to get to my personal edits for Cassie Tam 3 too.
I sold another short story! Look out for a posting about that once the contract is signed!
The first draft of Spark Form Chronicles 4 is done. It’s a little shorter than some may expect, but it’s as long as it needs to be. Again, look out for a proper post about that closer to release.
Loving it. Getting back into the swing of things when I have the time to doodle has been great fun. To the point that I got brave and submitted a piece to an anthology. I’ll let you all know if it gets accepted!
I’m going to work on a cosplay for Tangle the Lemur, a new character in the upcoming IDW run of Sonic the Hedgehog. I actually found some tutorials on how to make a spherical head too, which will be useful. IF I manage to get things set up the way I want, I may do a video making of.
Aaaaaand … that’s about it. Thanks for sticking around everyone, and welcome aboard to the new followers! Fingers crossed it’s an entertaining March.