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So, 2018

A new tax year has started and I’ve just received (and paid) for my website renewal. It’s not the biggest cost I’ve had recently, not by a long shot. In the past two months, I’ve paid for a house move, my partner’s car repairs (which as of yesterday I’ll now need to fund more of…), costs for our wedding in October, heck I’m typing this from a holiday chalet because we’re away for a friend’s wedding this week. Still, while the website renewal is a comparatively miniscule cost I’ve taken a look at what I’m doing with this page. Over the past 12 months, new posts and traffic figures have been in the single digits – for which I take full responsibility. I’ve essentially sat on a domain name for a year and even then it’s technically the wrong domain. A .net address is for networks and I’m… just me. Okay, and .com were already taken and I’m being incredibly picky but still… Domain extension aside, I do need to figure out what I want to do with this website. If I’m paying for it, I want to use it. My name’s on it so surely it should be a reflection of me, right? Well, that invites the larger question of who I am and what I want to be. Right now, I have multiple hobbies and interests, my hands are in a lot of pots – too many sometimes! Which ones do I want to focus on and present to the world? Comic-wise, I seem to regularly have a crisis of confidence or a period of apathy.... read more

What’s in store for 2018?

2017 is practically over. Sure, there’s a week and a half left, but in the UK we’re all winding down for Christmas and New Year. 2017 saw the release of Unfamiliar Skies issue 2 and I got to attend some fantastic conventions. I might write a proper “looking back” post about the year at some point, but this entry is all about looking forward to 2018.

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2017 Convention Appearances

8th July 2017 – Cardiff Independent Comic Expo (CICE), Cardiff Masonic Hall, Cardiff

14th October 2017 – Nottingham Comic Convention, Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham