Sonia Mitchell


Sonia claims that she'd like to be a Clint Eastwood character when she grows up. Not the one with the pet orang-utan though.


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  • at 16:38 on 04-01-2015

    That's exactly what it is.   Funnily enough, I have a Jurassic Park article half-completed anyway. I think I may need to buy this book as additional research.

  • at 15:31 on 04-01-2015

    Oh man, a novel due on 12th Feb is hitting my interests.  It's a monster book! Set in a zoo! Written by Matthew Rei...

  • at 00:17 on 13-12-2014

    I also have one - Catharsis By Rabbit, article 982. It's not time-sensitive though, so after Christmas is fine by me.  In festive news, I wish <a href="

  • at 19:07 on 29-10-2014

    I can't think of a single instance where a Victorian era (or style, in the case of some fantasy) mental institution wasn't filled with staff that's wilfully malvolent and abusive. ...

  • at 16:41 on 02-10-2014

    I think there's also an added burden of responsibility (morally rather than legally) when you're actually selling the content, as opposed to making it available as a historical resource. If yo...

  • at 01:23 on 19-09-2014

    Alison Bechdel has been awarded a MacArthur Fellowship (aka genius grant). That's pret...

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  • 15:07, 24-01-2015 on Catharsis by Rabbit:

    Child's Play are great publishers. I like that they're not afraid to publish charmingly odd work that's at a simple reading leve...

  • 21:33, 14-12-2014 on J.K. Rowling's Naked Lunch:

    Ha, yes indeed.  And I do agree that it's accurate for a certain type of writer. I just can't help feeling that (in any fiel...

  • 00:45, 13-12-2014 on J.K. Rowling's Naked Lunch:

    I've now managed to read this and also enjoyed it a lot.  I thought the portrayal of the self-published author was rathe...

  • 15:18, 22-09-2014 on A Rowling In the Nest:

    Ok, that makes it more tempting to try the next one, particularly combined with your very positive review.   Re The ...

  • 23:28, 20-08-2014 on A Rowling In the Nest:

    This was on sale in the Kindle store for £1.99 so I've finally read it, and I agree with most of this review. Despite the v...

  • 21:49, 14-08-2014 on Matthew Reilly Hits the Exclamation Mark. Bam!:

    Hmm, could be something in that. Maybe there's some kind of Axe Cop arrangement.

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