Researchers at Plymouth University say play Tetris to beat your cravings


Researchers at Plymouth University have found that playing Tetris for as little as three minutes could reduce the cravings for food, cigarettes and alcohol.  Tetris is a hugely popular tile matching video game created in Moscow  in 1984. The visual stimulation the game provides could reduce the naturally-occurring  cravings that we all endeavour for long … Read more

Interview with Historical Crime Author Imogen Robertson: What Does It Take To Be A Writer Today?

Imogen Robertson

Following Imogen Robertson’s fantastic talk at Plymouth University a few weeks ago on the craft of the short story, the award winning author with six solid novels under her belt agreed to chat with us and share some secrets of her success. We covered everything from life as a writer to creature comforts. While she … Read more