Day 12 in Neverwinter: Ownage in PvPing


Having only dabbled briefly in the world of MMORPG's with Path of Exile and World of Warcraft, Adventures in Neverwinter is an ongoing series on Can You Dig It? focusing on my quest to reach the top level in the Dungeons and Dragons inspired game. Join me as Broku, a Tiefling Hunter Ranger, on my journey to take on the forces of darkness and restore peace to the land of Neverwinter.

Day 8 in Neverwinter: Rejection in The Cloak Tower


Having only dabbled briefly in the world of MMORPG's with Path of Exile and World of Warcraft, Adventures in Neverwinter is an ongoing series on Can You Dig It? focusing on my quest to reach the top level in the Dungeons and Dragons inspired game. Join me as Broku, a Tiefling Hunter Ranger, on my journey to take on the forces of darkness and restore peace to the land of Neverwinter.

Day 6 in Neverwinter: The end is nigh for Rhazzad


Having only dabbled briefly in the world of MMORPG's with Path of Exile and World of Warcraft, Adventures in Neverwinter is an ongoing series on Can You Dig It? focusing on my quest to reach the top level in the Dungeons and Dragons inspired game. Join me as Broku, a Tiefling Hunter Ranger, on my journey to take on the forces of darkness and restore peace to the land of Neverwinter.

Weekly Writing Round-up #3: Interview with Brixton Soup Kitchen founder Solomon Smith



I've been focusing predominantly on researching for new projects at work so there isn't too much to go up on this round-up (which I'll only post when I have at least two different pieces of content a week).

I was lucky enough to interview Solomon Smith, the founder of Brixton Soup Kitchen, for one of my articles last Wednesday. Without funding, he set up one of South London's most beloved community hubs that provides hot food and drink for the homeless, along with helping them get back into full-time work.

Check out my interview with Solomon below and keep updated on the events unfolding in the Stephen Lawrence case with new found information I've gathered for your reading.

 

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