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Aftereffects Of Coming Out

Aftereffects Of Coming Out

Whenever I write a big, scary blog post, I never really know how to follow it up. Should I just go back to ‘business as usual’ posts about how I’m getting on with my dissertation (not as quickly as I’d like), or do I need to take this time to be serious and deep since that’s what people are probably expecting? I also considered making a post made up of all the bits and pieces of things I’ve wanted to…

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It’s Not About Writing

It’s Not About Writing

I’m sorry to anyone who isn’t interested in National Novel Writing Month, because a lot of my posts are going to be about it this month. But you know, to me, NaNoWriMo is about more than the writing and the wordcount and the NaNoisms, hilarious as they are. Earlier this week I wrote a guest post for the Teens Can Write Too blog on how NaNoWriMo changed my life. That was about writing. But that’s not what NaNoWriMo means to me,…

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Help Me Decrease World-Suck

Help Me Decrease World-Suck

Dearest blog readers, and anyone else who has misguidedly ended up here, I come here today with a plea not on my behalf, but on behalf of the charity I have chosen to support – Stop the Traffik. I am vehemently anti-trafficking, especially since slavery is thought by so many people to have been wiped out. They are WRONG! And so for this year’s Project for Awesome, I made a video about Stop the Traffik. Please watch, ‘like’, comment on…

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How The Internet Made Nerds Cool

How The Internet Made Nerds Cool

There was a time when being the sort of person who wore glasses, had braces, liked books and/or did well in school made you a target for bullying. I think, among younger people, this is still the case. I know that at primary school I was constantly being called a ‘bodrick’ (however that’s really spelt) because I was clever. But for the older ones, who spend their time on internet and watching YouTube videos, it’s ceased to be an insult….

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