Ms Barber is known as Harry to her friends, so it’s Ms Barber from you. Cool, stubborn and a little sardonic, she’s used to working alone, and her profession as a hunter of stray magically-infused artefacts allows her to do just that. Relying only on her dog and her tobacco addiction has served her well. Up until now, anyway..

Sleight of Hand

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Welcome to Widdershins, a series of Victorian-era adventure stories, set in the fictional town of Widdershins, West Yorkshire- England’s magical epicentre, home to bounty hunters, failed wizards, stage magicians, and more, besides. Hope you have a fun read! Thanks for following me over from Darken! Come back on the 24th for 3 pages, and then… Continue reading Sleight of Hand

October 28th, 2011

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It’s actually a side of bacon, that’s ok though right?   I love everyone that’s commenting, but please be sure to use the comment section, not the transcript section! I have to delete your lovely comments that you put there and it saddens me :(

October 31st, 2011

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That qualifies as looming, Harriet. No-one likes a loomer. Well, it’s Halloween, I guess you get one free loom.   Saw the Tintin movie this weekend and it was completely wicked, severe nostalgia, and I’m a sucker for an adventure film!

November 14th, 2011

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That dummy was only three days from retirement! Just to let people know, I’m involved in an awesome project arranged by Kel McDonald, and it’s got a Kickstarter page up now! A book of fairytales, with contributions by Kel herself, Kory Bing, Jose Pimenta, Mary Cagle, KC Green, Kate and Steven Shanahan and Lin Visel. And me! An amazing array of astounding artists! ..and me!… Continue reading November 14th, 2011

November 16th, 2011

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His parents wanted a really English name. Just to let people know, I’m involved in an awesome project arranged by Kel McDonald, and it’s got a Kickstarter page up now! A book of fairytales, with contributions by Kel herself, Kory Bing, Jose Pimenta, Mary Cagle, KC Green, Kate and Steven Shanahan and Lin Visel. And me! An amazing array of astounding artists! ..and me! Sounds pretty sweet,… Continue reading November 16th, 2011