Emily Kate Johnston is a forensic archaeologist. She has lived on four continents, including summers spent in Jordan experiencing the desert first-hand. Her inspirations come from her work, travels and her university studies in Biblical Hebrew and Arabic. She loves telling stories, and has been doing so across different mediums for over ten years. She is the author of A Thousand Nights, a beautiful retelling of The Arabian Nights and Kingdom of Sleep, inspired by Sleeping Beauty.
@zslmarine Just wondering if there was data to back that up and if it had affected the UK. If there was less plankton blooms it'd explain it
by @andrewdobbuk - one month ago
@zslmarine After a visit to Skye and speaking to some local conservationists they believed that there were fewer sightings there
@zslmarine I was wondering if the sightings of large marine life (basking sharks/whales) were lower this year across the entire UK?
Fall Tour Schedule - one year ago
Hello everyone! I’m cross-posting my fall schedule here because it’s a doozy, and I’m hoping that as many of you as possible can come to see me. BECAUSE IT’S NOT JUST ME! Ashley Eckstein will be at these events too! INCLUDING THE ONE AT DISNEY WORLD! I AM SO EXCITED. October 7th – 6:00pm : Disney booth #2820 […]
Love Letters In D-major - one year ago
It took the Star Wars fandom approximately twelve parsecs* to start celebrating the fact that a queer woman was going to write a book about Ahsoka Tano. I was quite surprised. Not that they were excited, though that was nice, but that they found out so quickly. It’s not that I don’t tell people. It […]
Plant Yourself Like A Tree (CA:CW, SPOILERS!) - one year ago
So I had about 100% more feelings about this movie than I expected to. I expected frustration, but the writing was good enough that I actually bought the entire thing, which is, frankly, a miracle. A movie with this many characters should not have worked. But it kinda did. And I’m really impressed that they were able […]
Poison, by Bridget Zinn - one year ago
This book. This book was a tragedy before it came out, because between selling the MS and the publishing release date, the author died of cancer. I remember taking it out of the box at work, and just being overwhelmingly SAD. I don’t think about my own mortality very much, but I was waiting for […]
Ad-Astra Schedule (2015) - 2 years ago
I am really pleased to announce that I’m going to be a panelist at Ad-Astra again this year. I had so much fun last time (even though I spent most of my non-panel time in my room, editing), and I am really looking forward to another spin. Schedule: Fri 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM : SF […]
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