Getting Back On Schedule…

I have not posted an update in more than a week, due to my lack of internet at my current residency – though this will be resolved when Fibre Optic is installed on April 4th – and I apologise for this.

I am visiting fellow journalist Lord Matt for a couple of days, now, though, and he has kindly lent me the use of his laptop and internet capacity so that I might continue with my work.

During this time, I am speaking with him about the redesign of my website (as discussed here), catching up on my business emails, sending questions to my interviewees, finishing (and publishing) my review of The Sci-Fi Weekender, and organising my backlog of photographs for sharing.

Currently my photographs are only available to view – exclusively – on my FaceBook Page, due to the sheer number of images that I have now rendering my original Photography section of my website to be unpractical. There you can see new additions to my Photography Portfolio, including images from GEEK 2013, full size snow scenes (as teased with a Special Preview here), and a five hour photoshoot at Quex Park Paintballing. Soon to be uploaded are more images from all those categories, along with some from The Sci-Fi Weekender 2013, and some very special surprises…

Getting back to more formal, non-“geeky” journalism, as per my promise, I also have a very special article on the way to mark one year since this Blog was founded, several reviews of local eateries around Thanet, unfinished game reviews which will be able to finished once I am online and able to access my game saves from Xbox Live’s Cloud Storage, two book reviews, and many more surprises in store…

So, keep watching this space!

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Reviews On The Way

Just a quick update.

I have started renting games for the Xbox 360 now, so I can review more efficiently, it gives me a chance to play through newer releases without costing me a fortune, and older releases without having to hunt them down. I am also using video streaming services so I can review more films and television. So, I am going to make a point of reviewing at least one film/book/television/game/etc each week, to give my Blog a quick refresher between articles and photography.

Rentals I currently have are

  • How To Train Your Dragon: The Game
  • Spider-Man: Friend Or Foe
  • Lord Of The Rings: War In The North
  • Dragon’s Dogma

Television and films I shall be watching are

  • Disney’s John Carter
  • No Ordinary Family
  • The Nine Lives Of Chloe King
  • The Woman In Black (both versions, I want to do a comparative review)

And lots more in the coming months (as and when they are released of course), including Xbox Live Arcade releases, and PC games…

I am also working on setting up a website to showcase my photography Portfolio, but in the meanwhile, you can find many examples on my FaceBook Profile here in the Photos section.

So, keep watching this space! 😉