Monthly Archives: October 2018

Blind Chance Theory: Amendum

A quick follow up to Blind Chance Theory. I have now read the limited edition excerpt of C G Hatton’s ‘Arunday’s Convergence’. Book 2 of Thieves’ Guild: Bhenykhn Wars. A little one chapter bookette that C.G. had made for MCM … Continue reading

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Blind Chance Theory

Occasionally things happen. No one knows why this is the case. Personally, I favour a little-known variant of Chaos Theory, BCT or Blind Chance Theory. Blind Chance Theory, which states that in an infinite universe, given an infinite amount of … Continue reading

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Insidious horizons: Hacked Future

‘The future’s bright… Utopian in fact… No, really it is…” Erm… or then again, maybe it’s not as bright as it seemed in December last year when that jolly little quote above was the opening lines of a blog/review of … Continue reading

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New Rules…

From time to time I feel that we ( humanity in general, and writers specifically) need some new rules to live by. (yer okay I am totally borrowing this concept from elsewhere). Occasionally I just need to get them out … Continue reading

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Pickman’s Model: TCL #49

Whatever your opinion on the literary merits of the tentacle loving stenographer of old Providence town, it is hard to ignore the sheer influence his works have had on the wider fictional and creative world. That influence is not restricted … Continue reading

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