Sarah O'Connor

Writer – Playwright – Cannot Save You From The Robot Apocalypse

On Sunday I finally saw the Incredibles 2 (and I just noticed that that’s the official title of the movie. Not The Incredibles 2 but Incredibles 2 which is really weird to me) with a group of friends. There were nine of us in total, we nearly had an entire row to ourselves in the theatre, and of course it …

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I tend to read a lot of books by women writers. Part of this is because I am a woman writer so obviously, part of it is that women writers don’t get as much credit as male writers so I like to make sure I read as many books by women writers as I can, …

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Surprisingly, I’ve seen a lot of the Oscar-nominated movies this year. Usually I’m lucky if I can even recognize one of the titles, let alone watching it. Unless it’s that year’s Disney nominated animated feature, I probably haven’t seen it. But for some reason I have and the one theme I’ve noticed from the movies …

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Whenever I start thinking of a story, it usually begins with a witch. Sometimes she’s a young girl learning about her powers, other times she’s a coven leader trying to understand the signs that have been plaguing her, recently it’s been a girl who’s had witchiness thrust upon her as she’s trying to figure out …

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