I think one of the hardest things you can do as a gaming blogger is write a review. On one hand, you want to give your readers an honest opinion … Continue Reading Frosti-writes: honesty in your posts
How many hours have you sunk into video games since the COVID-19 lockdown was imposed in the UK? With a lot of people finding themselves with more free time over … Continue Reading Lockdown gaming: when a hobby stops being fun
Here’s a question for bloggers: what would you do if you were no longer able to write about the current subject for your site? Would you take the decision to … Continue Reading What if <em>Later Levels</em> wasn’t about video games?
New year, new blog. January is usually a month of change here on WordPress. New bloggers decide it’s time to start up a site and are busy thinking about what … Continue Reading <em>The Support Role</em>: there when you need it
Back in early 2017 I wrote several posts where I mentioned not enjoying writing video game reviews. Having previously come from a blog which was heavily review-focused with strict formatting … Continue Reading Reviewing the review policy
Last month I came across a new blog post in my WordPress reader called Your Jealously is Showing. This was written in response to an article by Ian Sherr published … Continue Reading Blogging negativity: is my anger holding me back?
Last month while on my commute to work one morning, I came across a post on the GameByte website by Lara Jackson entitled Video Games Are Why Young Men Aren’t … Continue Reading Not getting it: video games, sex and bad research
With a Sunshine Blogger Award in our area of WordPress, the questions usually posed to those nominated are on the subject of video games. But the awesome Jonez from NekoJonez’s … Continue Reading Sunshine Blogger: doing things write
Blogging can be a very rewarding thing. It can give someone a channel to express themselves and share their opinions with the world; it can open the door to a … Continue Reading The hardest thing about blogging
Have you ever had those moments where you’ve opened your WordPress reader, only to be confronted with a hundred versions of the same story? Scrolling down displays pages of posts … Continue Reading The trouble with tedious trends
There are many of us out there who enjoy playing video games in all their forms and see them as more than just a bunch of pretty pixels on a … Continue Reading Where it all began
Earlier this week, I picked up on the increase in the number of narrative games on display at Rezzed this year. The ‘detective’ theme seemed to be popular also, with … Continue Reading Rezzed 2018: the trouble with narrative games
Blogging can be a wonderful thing. It gives a person the opportunity to express themselves and share their opinions; it can open the door to a network of people with … Continue Reading Finding your ‘thing’: blogging motivation
Blogging awards usually require the author to create a set of questions for their own nominees, which means they can be nicely tailored to fit the subject of the sites … Continue Reading The WordPress jigsaw: perfectly imperfect
The post I published in September about the secret to blogging success may have been satirical, but it did in fact hold an element of truth. Community and collaboration are … Continue Reading A bloggers’ words
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Location: Date: Kim at Later Levels Somewhere in the south of the UK Wednesday, 15 November 2017 Later Levels defends Community … Continue Reading The secret to blogging success: a follow-up