Game Review: Don’t Take It Personally, Babe, It Just Ain’t Your Story

I was eager to play this game after playing Digital: A Love Story (and if you want to check out my review of that then click here) a previous game by Christine Love, and one that was both her breakout game, and to which this game was considered a "a spiritual sequel of sorts” because … Continue reading Game Review: Don’t Take It Personally, Babe, It Just Ain’t Your Story

Game Review: Digital: A Love Story

So I first played this game back in 2012, which by then already made it an older game, but even if I’d played it today I still feel I’d have enjoyed it. It is by no means perfect but even though it was relatively brief, it was nonetheless a rich piece of gaming that I … Continue reading Game Review: Digital: A Love Story

Interview with Christine Love (Love Conquers All Games)

First off, tell me about yourself? and for those unfamiliar with you can you tell me a little about the type of work you do? I'm Christine Love, the co-founder of Love Conquers All Games. The sorts of games we make tend to be a little different every time—for example, in the past we made … Continue reading Interview with Christine Love (Love Conquers All Games)

Game Review: Hot Tin Roof – The Cat That Wore a Fedora

Hot Tin Roof: The Cat That Wore a Fedora is an adventure platformer which was released on the 20th February 2015 by indie developer and publisher Glass Bottom Games. I was actually lucky enough to get an interview with the designer Megan Fox and you can check that out here. So before I move onto … Continue reading Game Review: Hot Tin Roof – The Cat That Wore a Fedora

Interview with Megan Fox (Hot Tin Roof: The Cat That Wore a Fedora)

First off tell me about yourself and about Glass Bottom Games? Glass Bottom Games is the studio I founded back when LEGO Universe shuttered, which is about 8 years ago now. I'd been working in games for 6 years prior to that, and I was a senior graphics programmer. Now I'm do everything person. I … Continue reading Interview with Megan Fox (Hot Tin Roof: The Cat That Wore a Fedora)

I Changed My Whole Beauty Routine To Only Cruelty Free Products

I like to think of myself as a cool hippie chick, with my herbal teas for when I’m stressed or have a sore tummy and my essential oils for when I have a headache but I’m ashamed to admit it took me up until recently to look at my beauty products. We’re all obviously against … Continue reading I Changed My Whole Beauty Routine To Only Cruelty Free Products

Free Apps To Help Productivity

Keeping up productivity is hard to do and even harder to manage! There are a lot of distractions now a days but if the very thing we have that distracts us tells us to focus up, it’ll keep you on track. There are however some great, free apps to keep on top of your workload: … Continue reading Free Apps To Help Productivity

10 Tips To Avoid Creative Burn Out

Creative burnout is the most frustrating experiences – you’re tired, you’re stressed and you feel so far behind you feel you’ll probably never catch up. Don’t give up hope! There are a few easy things you can do to step back from your work, relax and come back better than before. Take screen breaks Most … Continue reading 10 Tips To Avoid Creative Burn Out

Book Review: The Cinderella Plan by Abi Silver

Before we move onto the actual review I just have to say that I am reviewing this book as part of a blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources . This isn’t the first blog tour I’ve taken part in and you can check out the others by clicking here, here, here, here and here. … Continue reading Book Review: The Cinderella Plan by Abi Silver

EP Review: The Party Slogan –  Reasonably Good Indie Music

The Party Slogan are five piece indie/Alternative Rock/Post Punk outfit from Edinburgh made up of Calum on Vocals/Guitar/Keyboard/Percussion, Jamie on Vocals/Guitar, Robbie on Lead Guitar/Backing Vocals, Adrian on Bass/Keyboards and Ally on Drums. If you want to find out a little bit more about them then check out this Interview I did with them a … Continue reading EP Review: The Party Slogan –  Reasonably Good Indie Music

Product Review: Irn Bru Energy vs Coca Cola Energy

Before I do the actual taste tests and tell you what I think, a quick bit about each company/product: Irn Bru, often called Scotland’s other national drink (after Whisky for which Scotland is famous for producing) is a product of A.G. Barr more commonly known as Barr's, and is one of their most popular products, … Continue reading Product Review: Irn Bru Energy vs Coca Cola Energy

Owl Magic – The Ayrshire Owl and Raptor Centre

I’ve been aware of Owl Magic for several years now, and I’ve always thought they were awesome, so I thought it was about time I wrote a little piece to let people know a little more about them. As you can probably guess from the name, they deal with birds, more specifically Owls and Raptors, … Continue reading Owl Magic – The Ayrshire Owl and Raptor Centre

K-Fest 2019

K-Fest for those not in the know is an annual outdoor music festival in Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire. It's now in its third year and it just keeps getting better. It will be featuring the cream of the crop in terms of local and home grown talent with acts such as headliners: Elephant Sessions and support … Continue reading K-Fest 2019

Band Interview: The Party Slogan

Tell me about yourselves? How did you all meet? Where are you all from? Robbie - I’m from the Isle of Skye originally but we all first met in Edinburgh through Gumtree adverts nearly 3 years ago! Calum - I’m from Auchterarder just outside Perth. Moved to Edinburgh in 2016 and decided to leave my … Continue reading Band Interview: The Party Slogan