Tag Archives: speculative fiction

Voting for Sword, Sorcery and Subway Cars now open

Good morning, world! In case you missed it, I got a new story published last month at The Astounding Outpost. It’ll be part of their Sword, Sorcery and Subway Cars collection. Every month (or so) they publish a themed anthology … Continue reading

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Short stories I read and loved in 2017

Well, well. I finally got to write this very short post with my favourite short stories from 2017. Many of them are flash and you can read most of them on the internet for free, so enjoy! Paradise Regained, by Edward … Continue reading

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Books I read in 2017

Last year was much like a rollercoaster. I already knew beforehand that things would be messy throughout the year, so I was rather cautious when setting goals for myself. That was especially true regarding reading: I only set to read twelve … Continue reading

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A year in review

Today is the last day of the year and I can’t think of a better moment to look back and reflect on everything that has happened this year. 2017 has been a good year. I could have been better. But it … Continue reading

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What I read {December 2017}

Very quick post, as I am busy enjoying a much needed family holiday in sunny Tenerife. Yep, we are this lucky! Not only are we spending Christmas on a subtropical island, but the weather is being incredibly good and we’re … Continue reading

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A story and some photos of Dublin

Three years ago I lived in Dublin for half a year. It was probably one of the most bittersweet times in my life. Bitter because I was in a long-distance relation during that time and that sucks. And sweet because … Continue reading

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What I read {November 2017}

December is definitely my favourite month of the year. It is cold outside and cosy inside. And while many people go crazy Christmas shopping, I spend the weekends baking biscuits, which are the perfect company for a mug of hot … Continue reading

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