You guys, once upon a time, people bonded over pop culture, and liking the same things. Now you can make an entire career out of liking something, simply by liking it harder than anyone else! This week Superblogger tells you how to monetise fandom; why it’s okay to get people who disagree with you into witness protection programmes, and why being a fan can be more glamorous than being a celebrity!
Fashion blogging is all about getting ahead of the posse, and Superblogger has some extra special top tips for all you wannabe style demons out there! Such as: How do you selfie with designer labels if nobody’s sending you anything for free yet? Can you photograph yourself photographing shoes? And what do you say to people who don’t think that fashion bloggers work really, really, really hard?
Historical fiction can be a refuge for people exhausted by modern problems or fearful for the future. A panacea for all today’s ills. Nobody is more reassuring than the hero of a historical fiction novel – the man who has the answers to everything whilst somehow also understanding the consequences of his actions.
But what would it be like to live with a historical fiction hero? Would it make life simpler? Or might dead pigeons and his fear of toasters make it a generation gap too far?
Mara swept Billy goat’s-curd serum from her upper lip and sat up. She would know that noise anywhere. The man she loved was in pain. She had to go to him. She wound a bamboo hand-towel around her fleshless frame and donned sunglasses before exiting the treatment room. She was only three minutes into a two-hour Deeply Detoxifying Core Cleansing…