Pagham-on-Sea, East Sussex, is a town described as "too bleak for the bleak geeks", but it does have some quite good pubs. In this post, we look at the 11 pubs from best to worst (c.2019) at least according to the Good Pub Guide website: The Red RamThe New InnThe Ship's WheelThe Mill HouseThe King's… Continue reading Pagham-on-Sea Pub Crawl (Ultimate Challenge Version)
When I had time to stop and stare I found the town that isn't there. It isn't there again today. I'm glad that town has stayed away. For my birthday treat my husband took me to St Leonard's, East Sussex, for the weekend and on Saturday we trundled along the coast to blustery Norman's… Continue reading I Found the Town that Isn’t There…
This post is the first of a new series exploring a few #gothic tropes I love, starting with my absolute favourite: the creepy old house (which may or may not have a mind of its own)!
I've been playing the Twitter hashtag game, #WIPWorldBuilders, for a few months now, and my threads get loooong. So here's a blog post with all the stuff I've now made kind of canon about my world! Let's start with HISTORY and MONSTERS from January 2019. @skthproductions and I are so excited to announce our calendar… Continue reading Pagham-on-Sea: The Town Historian
This post is a follow-on from the world-building posts that I've shared last month. If you're interested in the Welsh Triads, there are some really good translations out there - particularly Rachel Bromwich's editions: The Legal Triads of Medieval Wales and The Triads of the Island of Britain. [Note that the Medieval Welsh referred to… Continue reading World Building with the Welsh Triads