Category Archives: Non-Fiction

My non-fiction writing, which takes the form of reviews, articles, opinion pieces and the odd recipe.

Art Supply Comparison: Water-Soluble Crayons and Pastels

My comparison post for watersoluble crayons and pastels has been moved to my dedicated art blog at artdragon86.wordpress.com. You can find an updated version of the comparison here. Advertisements

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Art Supply Comparison: Coloured Pencils

My coloured pencil comparison post has been moved to my dedicated art blog at artdragon86.wordpress.com. You can find the comparison post here.

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Art Supply Review: Derwent Artbars

I have moved all my art supply reviews to my dedicated art blog at artdragon86.wordpress.com. You can find my review of Derwent Artbars here.

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Art Supply Review: Sakura Koi Watercolour Pocket Field Sketch Box

I have moved all my art supply reviews to my dedicated art blog at artdragon86.wordpress.com. You can find my review of the Sakura Koi Watercolour box here.

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Magic Mushrooms

I first came up with this recipe more than a year ago, while foraging for something, anything to eat because there was no quick and easy food in the house and I was too busy (or lazy) to walk up … Continue reading

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The Snobbery of Literary Fiction Over Genre Fiction

This afternoon, Australian speculative fiction writer Alan Baxter started up a Twitter discussion (using the #ewf11 hashtag) on literary fiction, or more specifically, how the writing/publishing community seems to view it as a “higher” form of writing than genre fiction, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hell’s Bells – John Connolly

Hell’s Bells is the sequel to John Connolly’s first Samuel Johnson novel, The Gates. Set in the English town of Biddlecombe, the story picks up fifteen months after the events of the first novel, in which the demonic Mrs Abernathy’s … Continue reading

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