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The secret to blogging success: a follow-up

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 and Collaboration The company responds to allegations about their product   London, 15 November 2017 – Following on from the announcement of their product on 13 September 2017, Later Levels has come forward to dispute … Continue reading The secret to blogging success: a follow-up

Blogger Recognition: laughs, limits and lessons

Every blogger has a different reason for beginning to write. For some, it’s an outlet for the creative words inside of them; while for others, it’s wanting to meet and interact with people who have similar interests. And for I know one person who got drunk on a Friday night, then woke up on the Saturday morning with a new blog and an incoherent first … Continue reading Blogger Recognition: laughs, limits and lessons

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Storm in a tea-Cuphead

At the end of August, I published a post about an experience we’d had with my ten-year old stepson recently. He’d become extremely agitated during a session of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, so much so we had to pull the controller away from him; and after a little coaxing he revealed his frustration was coming from the fact he’d seen YouTubers complete … Continue reading Storm in a tea-Cuphead

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The dilemma of the video game blogger

Earlier this week, I wrote about how I no longer apply for press passes when I’m going to video game expos. It’s an experience every gaming blogger should have at least once and there are certain benefits that come with having such a wristband; but there are hidden advantages to going for a normal ticket too. I don’t feel that not being officially recognised as … Continue reading The dilemma of the video game blogger