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    Wendy Browne

    Publisher, mother, geek, executive assistant sith, gamer, writer, lazy succubus, blogger, bibliophile. Not necessarily in that order.

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  • Catch Up On the Mystery: The Private Eye

    Catch Up On the Mystery: The Private Eye0

    Clicking Amazon’s “one-click” button to make a purchase with a credit card. The latest celebrity harassed with leaked photos. These are examples of how much faith we put in the technology that connects us; technology that has come to dictate our day-to-day way of life. But what happens when that technology fails all of us, unleashing our personal

  • How 2 MMO: Introduction

    How 2 MMO: Introduction1

    • September 24, 2014

    When my husband first invited me to step into my first massively multiplayer online role playing game (MMORPG), I did so with great trepidation. I was a gamer, but at that time, I had never played an online game. And I had heard the stories.

  • Thinking Outside the Panel

    Thinking Outside the Panel3

    Reading David Mack’s Kabuki: Circle of Blood was an entirely new experience for me. Back then, I was firmly in my superhero phase, keen on colourful and shiny art by the likes of Jim Lee and Marc Silvestri. Kabuki’s black and white format and Mack’s style was a bit off putting. Thankfully, I liked the

  • Voices in the Dark: An Interview with Larime and Sylv Taylor

    Voices in the Dark: An Interview with Larime and Sylv Taylor0

    Those colours. That face. That hair. That blood spatter. Everything about this cover demanded that I watch the trailer  for Larime Taylor’s A Voice in the Dark from Image Comics. It  promised me that this book was everything I wanted: “Featuring such pop culture commercial kryptonite like a female protagonist, realistically drawn women, persons of