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Happy 2019

Happy New Year folks!

I’m not one for resolutions as such… but I do like to reflect a bit on the year gone by. And it’s been a year alright.

Started blogging regularly. Well. Mostly regularly.

  • https://youtu.be/00GPAMbgvtw
    • Made a few text-adventure games
      Finally built my Lego Millennium Falcon:
  • https://youtu.be/SL9MAKi_arY
  • So… for 2019?

    • The second season of Diary of a Space Archivist
    • The next picture book, and maybe another after that
    • Another novel…

    That’s probably enough to be going on with…

    Here’s hoping.

    Here’s to you all. Here’s to 2019.

    Posted in Fiction, Podcast

    Diary of a Space Archivist season one: episode 05

    The Discoverer

    CAL takes the reigns in this, slightly shorter than usual, penultimate episode…


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    Diary of a Space Archivist © Rebecca Stirrup 2018

    Diary of a Space Archivist

    Sam wanted to be at the forefront of space exploration.  Ideally on the crew of The Discoverer.

    Instead Sam’s stuck on her own in a beaten-up-junk-ship, trailing around space behind The Discoverer, archiving all of their cool discoveries in the correct, ‘corporate-approved-process’, with no one but CAL (Computerised Artificial Life), for company.

    It could be worse – at least she’s in space – and she’s got a box of curly wurlys under her bunk.

    Credits

    Written and acted by Beccy Stirrup

    Music by Six Umbrellas

    Sound effects from:

    JapanYoshiTheGamer

    alienistcog

    almalaut

    Reitanna

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    Diary of a Space Archivist season 01: episode 04

    The Postbox


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    Diary of a Space Archivist © Rebecca Stirrup 2018

    Diary of a Space Archivist

    Sam wanted to be at the forefront of space exploration.  Ideally on the crew of The Discoverer.

    Instead Sam’s stuck on her own in a beaten-up-junk-ship, trailing around space behind The Discoverer, archiving all of their cool discoveries in the correct, ‘corporate-approved-process’, with no one but CAL (Computerised Artificial Life), for company.

    It could be worse – at least she’s in space – and she’s got a box of curly wurlys under her bunk.

    Credits

    Written and acted by Beccy Stirrup

    Music by Six Umbrellas

    Sound effects from:

    JapanYoshiTheGamer

    alienistcog

    LittleRobotSoundFactory

    freedomfightervictor

    marco_luzi

    almalaut

    Posted in Fiction, Podcast

    Diary of a Space Archivist season 01: episode 03

    Kill Bot, Stand Down


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    Diary of a Space Archivist © Rebecca Stirrup 2018

    Diary of a Space Archivist

    Sam wanted to be at the forefront of space exploration.  Ideally on the crew of The Discoverer.

    Instead Sam’s stuck on her own in a beaten-up-junk-ship, trailing around space behind The Discoverer, archiving all of their cool discoveries in the correct, ‘corporate-approved-process’, with no one but CAL (Computerised Artificial Life), for company.

    It could be worse – at least she’s in space – and she’s got a box of curly wurlys under her bunk.

    Credits

    Sound effects from:

     

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    Diary of a Space Archivist Season 01: episode 02


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    Diary of a Space Archivist © Rebecca Stirrup 2018

    Diary of a Space Archivist

    Sam wanted to be at the forefront of space exploration.  Ideally on the crew of The Discoverer.

    Instead Sam’s stuck on her own in a beaten-up-junk-ship, trailing around space behind The Discoverer, archiving all of their cool discoveries in the correct, ‘corporate-approved-process’, with no one but CAL (Computerised Artificial Life), for company.

    It could be worse – at least she’s in space – and she’s got a box of curly wurlys under her bunk.

    Credits

    Written and acted by Beccy Stirrup

    Music by Six Umbrellas

    Sound effects from:

    JapanYoshiTheGamer

    alienistcog

    LittleRobotSoundFactory

    freedomfightervictor