Order of the Phoenix, and Tales of Zombies!

There’s a couple of things to mention in today’s post. First, Rachel, Abby, Jeremy and I have had our fifth Harry Potter film discussion, for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, talking about the characters’ respective roles and all agreeing that it is a very fine film.

Second, ten members of my two local NaNoWriMo groups (including myself) have written a collection of short stories – Sand, Sea, Zombies – which Glenis Stott has put together in an e-book. These stories were all based around the same prompt: they all had to take place in Blackpool at 2:30pm; they had to feature a male character named Ed, a female character named Lily…and zombies. It was a prompt that we all took in different and often unexpected directions. Sand, Sea, Zombies can be downloaded for free here!


About Richard Southworth

Hi, my name's Richard. I created this blog to talk about my interests - and I have quite a few of those. I love zoology in general, herpetology in particular (especially snakes!), writing (have won National Novel Writing Month nine times so far), reading, astronomy, palaeontology, and travel. Thank you for coming to my blog, and I hope you find something that interests you here!
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2 Responses to Order of the Phoenix, and Tales of Zombies!

  1. smilingldsgirl says:

    This was so much fun. I’m so glad to like one of these films more than I expected to. That’s cool you wrote those zombies stories with your nanowrimo group. I will definitely read them

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