Interview with the Dark Room's John Robertson!

Earlier this year I wrote about my time at Sci Fi Weekender 10 Part 1, and I had the wonderful chance to chat with John Robertson from The Dark Room. John hails from Australia originally, and has an impressive resume that includes being a comedian, multimedia artist, and professional troublemaker. Most recently he’s added becoming the author of a children’s novel to it and The Littletown of Marrowville is available now on Amazon. If you’ve not experienced The Dark Room for yourself and have no clue what I’m talking about you can read my recap of it here. But to quickly sum it up forRead More →

Share your story by taking part in an Interview at Just Geeking By!

My interview series here at Just Geeking By has been up and running for a a few years now, and it was well overdue an update. Not to mention it was about time I removed the ‘coming soon’ sign off the Disability Interview information page and actually got some real questions up! When I first created the interview series the aim was shine a light on the unique hobbies and professions that other people have experienced. To give them a place to share the stories of where they began, how they grew and have gotten to where they are now so that others could learnRead More →

Guest Posts

As I get back into the swing of things and get September’s posts scheduled I’d like to also get some guests posts happening for September and the next following months, including the run up to Christmas. So I’ve had a little bit of a brainstorm and here are some ideas for content that I’d like to see on the blog but I don’t really have time to implement myself.   About Guest Posting A guest post is as simple as it sounds; you write a post as a guest for someone else’s blog. You don’t necessarily need to have an active blog of your ownRead More →

World of the Year 2017 - Treasure

The fact that is now almost a week into February tells you how well my year is going so far! January is always a messy month for me; something I’ve only just realised this year. It’s always a transitional and planning time, moving on from the old year and getting over the holidays. There’s usually travel involved as well, which comes from being in a couple residing in Scotland in which one person is from Scotland and the other is from England. This usually leads to me picking up germs from somewhere. What seems to be a chest infection took it’s time (painfully) building upRead More →