Tag Archives: 2019

February Reads

Sandra Lindsey/ March 26, 2019/ Books/ 0 comments

This is my 2nd attempt at this post – in the first version I listed everything chronologically in the order in which I finished reading it, but when I looked back over what I’d written it just didn’t feel right. Also, having read a couple of series this month it felt odd to be listing everything as individual titles when

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Post-Eroticon 2019 Thoughts

Sandra Lindsey/ March 24, 2019/ Conference, My life/ 2 comments

Note for people not coming here via the link-up of Eroticon write-ups: Some of the links in this post will take you to websites which may be deemed NSFW. Gosh, how to sum up last weekend at Eroticon? To be honest, for me, “lifechanging” would not be exaggerating. Not only did I spend the weekend with a fabulous group of

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Eroticon Meet & Greet 2019!

Sandra Lindsey/ February 23, 2019/ Conference/ 6 comments

I’ve only been twice before (2015 & 2017), but Eroticon is definitely one of my favourite events, and I’d recommend it to anyone writing about adult relationships. It’s not just the content, it’s the people, but also there’s business-focused sessions you might not expect, and a wonderful community of people with such rich & varied life experiences that it’s a

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January Reads

Sandra Lindsey/ February 11, 2019/ Books/ 0 comments

(Including a few books read between 25th & 31st December) The Secret Lives of Colour, Kassia St Clair Not quite what I was expecting from the title & blurb, but ultimately more fascinating than I expected because of going into greater depth & detail of the history of colours, pigments, & dyes. Also has relevance to my day-job where I

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Something about a new year?

Sandra Lindsey/ February 3, 2019/ My life/ 0 comments

It’s February, so I thought I’d share a bit about my New Years Resolutions for 2019. You may be wondering “Isn’t it a bit late for that?” To which I say: Not really. I get a bit bored of reading about resolutions in the 1st week of January. All they are at that point is intentions, and yes I know

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