Sochi 2014 article for Shameless

I recently volunteered for Shameless‘s roster of occasional bloggers and I’ve just contributed my first post. It touches on Russia’s LGBQT rights problems, and problems within the International Olympics Committee itself; namely, the regulations restricting the competition of women and and trans people. You can read it here.

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Elfin’ at the Advent Book Blog

The Advent Book Blog is a which runs from December 1st through the 25th. It’s run by Books on the Radio and Book Madam, and it’s now in its third year. It offers reader-sourced recommendations – ad-free. I’ve just recommended The Night Circus, by Erin Morgenstern (click here to find out why). If you’re interested in sending

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Nine years of blogging

It occurred  on the weekend that I’ve been blogging for nine years this April. Which is this month. April 16th to be exact. Which is today. I’m having a Keanu moment here. ((Whoa.)) Ancient History to me I first started blogging on April 16th, 2000. After a couple of friends joined LiveJournal, I did too. It was

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5 Book Blogs You Should Be Reading

There are hundreds of literary blogs out there and I subscribe to several dozen of them, but recently I’ve pared down my RSS subscriptions again, and thought I’d share five of my favourites. So I present to you, in no particular order: 1. Bookninja George Murray posts several times a day, commenting on the latest in book news, reviews and miscellanea with

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