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Essay? What Essay? I Didn’t Promise An Essay

Some idiot promised to have an essay up last week and didn’t deliver, so while I self-flagellate you can rest easy in the knowledge that I am, at this point in time, living my life on a weekly basis rather than a daily basis–and by that I mean, I am so busy and so constantly ‘going’ (and so prone to restless, naplike sleep as it is) that my whole timescale has changed from a normal daily cycle to a weekly perspective. Or perhaps this is just what getting close to… Read more Essay? What Essay? I Didn’t Promise An Essay

SO YOU’VE REMEMBERED YOU’VE ALWAYS BEEN A MAGICIAN: 15 Tips, Tricks and Intuition Games for the Internet Age Occultist

Hello, regular reader. Welcome to 2019’s brand new season of bi-weekly essays, brought to you by author M. F. Sullivan. To support her continued production of these essays and enjoy far more polished forms of her work, check out her fiction–and preorder The Hierophant’s Daughter by clicking this link, or one of the links in the sidebar or footer. Thank you as always for your continued support, and hang in there. The Philip K. Dick essay is coming this spring. Additionally, we are pleased to say that Painted Blind Publishing… Read more SO YOU’VE REMEMBERED YOU’VE ALWAYS BEEN A MAGICIAN: 15 Tips, Tricks and Intuition Games for the Internet Age Occultist

Christmas is Coming, and So Are Reviews–Read Three for THE HIEROPHANT’S DAUGHTER, Free on NetGalley until May!

The Hierophant’s Daughter On NetGalley   A great big thanks Goodreads reader Amber Triplett, who posted her four-star review a few weeks ago: and a big Christmas thanks to blogger Brad Horner, who crossposted his NetGalley review here at his blog, and blogger Anna Lindbjerg, who published her generous review on her blog, Marvellous Tales. Additionally, it seems we’ve already sold at least one pre-order copy, because THE HIEROPHANT’S DAUGHTER hardback edition is already on Amazon’s charts. Very exciting news. Some review excerpts: I very much enjoyed this mix of… Read more Christmas is Coming, and So Are Reviews–Read Three for THE HIEROPHANT’S DAUGHTER, Free on NetGalley until May!