Changes

Hey guys. Very soon, I’ll be transferring all the content here over to my personal domain, and redirecting this blog here.

I’ve procrastinated on doing this for a while, because who knows where my writing career may go after this and what name I might write under, but WordPress has become a buggy, spammy mess, and honestly… I’ve not liked this blog name for a while. When I started it in 2011, it seemed very straightforward. Feminist Fiction — a blog about fiction from a feminist perspective. Almost 10 years later, and the title sounds more like a blog ranting against feminist and its “fictions”, and that thought has made me uncomfortable for a while.

It’ll take a few days to get everything set up, but hopefully it’ll go smoothly. Once it’s done, I am seriously considering deleting my Twitter and only posting online there (or maybe just making Twitter a blog link feed? Not sure). I know blogging is dead and social media is the future and all that, but I am so very, very tired. Twitter eats up my time and leaves me feeling constantly terrible, and although I’ve thought that it’s important to keep up to date with everything going on, I’m long past burnout point.

A lot of stuff has happened in the past few weeks that is very important and deserves thought and attention, but I am not certain where to begin. I hope you will forgive me if I begin posting on the new site without addressing all of them, or perhaps any of them. I would like to be writing again, but I need to remember the good about the things I am passionate about.

So, possibly coming soon… a long-overdue post on Revenge of the Sith, a very difficult to write post on JK Rowling, fangirling over the Netflix show Never Have I Ever, and thoughts on the K-drama Crash Landing On You (no spoilers, though, I’m only about 3/4s of the way through). I’d also like to do a somewhat late list recommending genre fiction written by Black women writers, because they have and they continue to revolutionise the genres of fantasy and science fiction, and the fact that their stories remain under-discussed, under-recommended and under-compensated is shocking and unacceptable.

This page should redirect you to the new site soon, or you can go to rhiannonkthomas.com in a few days to find it directly.

In the meantime, take care of yourself everyone, and speak to you soon <3

One comment on “Changes

  • Courtney , Direct link to comment

    Re the JKR stuff, and I’m hesitant to write this, but I’ve gotten to the point where I don’t care anymore. I mean it hurts like hell and it makes me angry, but she’s not the first author that’s turned out to be a jerk. And I do think it’s possible to keep liking Harry Potter/Fantastic Beasts and support trans people and rights. The author is not the creation.

    Looking forward to your Revenge of the Sith commentary!

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