July Jobs…

As another month comes to an end, I decide to do my usual thing of recounting what I did in the last 30 days. I do this partly so that you can see all the cool people I write for and partly so that I don’t feel I’m wasting my life just because I spend at least 90 per cent of my time sat in the same chair.

That sounded a lot darker and more self-pitying than I meant it to. Sorry.

So, other than the usual Twitter arguments, what have I done this month? Believe it or not, it’s not all just limited to journalism this time, as one of the games I worked on this year is now inching toward release…

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May Mayhem…

“If I can give you the words you need it will be a great victory”

May was a difficult month as, again, I spent a large portion of the month away from London, unable to work and caught up in so much family drama that I wasn’t able to even chase new work properly. My output was less than I wanted it to be as a result and the fact that I launched a new podcast didn’t help me focus on paying the bills either.

The good news though is that, by focusing towards the end of the month, I recovered lost ground at the same time as launching the podcast more successfully than I had hoped would be possible. Within two days I’d blown through the download limit for new shows, thanks to simultaneously hitting the front pages of Reddit and SomethingAwful.

But this isn’t the place for talking about Unlimited Hyperbole; this is the place for saying what work I did last month.

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