Author: Kevin McFadyen

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Apollo’s Fickleness

You know what we haven’t had in a good, long while? A proper rant. So never fear, intrepid reader, I have come to complain about something which has almost no bearing upon your life and, likewise, will not leave you the better for reading....

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Raiders of the Lost Acropolis

So for Christmas, I was generously gifted a lovely two player game called Akrotiri. I’m a little hard pressed for two player board games and given that Kait’s really the only one willing to play with me, it’s been a boon to get some...

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A Tale of Madness and Mythos

Well something magical happened over the holidays. My family and I were able to find enough time to sit down and work through a new little game called Mythos Tales. Course, this game isn’t really new. I believe in released in 2016. What’s more,...

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How to Write: Lesson 5

Happy New Year fellow webizens. We have returned to a blisteringly cold 2018, at least up in my neck of the woods. Hopefully all your vacations and family time was well spent. With any luck you even have some new year resolutions that you...

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Happy Holidays

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from all (three) of us here at somewherepostculture. I hope you all have wonderful family plans and vacations waiting. Make good memories and cherish the time with the ones you love. As the gracious individuals we are, we’re going...

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All Aboard the Hype Train

So over a month ago Murder on the Orient Express released. I went to see it. I had always wanted to see it. The story is a little famous. Written by Agatha Christie if you didn’t know. Though it’s arguably her most famous story...

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How to Write: Lesson 4

Well, we’ve covered a number of writing tips that don’t really have a lot to do with the craft of writing. It’s important to get in the right mindset and to prepare to create your work but time has come to actually how we...

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How to Write: Lesson 3

There is a personal element to writing. No two writers are exactly the same, otherwise we wouldn’t have such variation in our works. Truly, a homogeneous talent pool is the most dystopian ideal to create for creative fields. Sometimes good advice needs to be...

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Happy Turkey Day!

I’ve been a bit quiet of late. Part of that is the national celebration for eating one of the world’s ugliest birds. I’m telling you, PETA, we’re doing our part to make the world a cuter place. The other part was due to me...