Looking for news about Damian O’Hare and Jack Davenport and RNotC fandom?

19 May, 2008 at 9:17 am Leave a comment

This is the wrong port to anchor then. The wordpress-issue of Joyful Molly has no fandom-content but focusses on historical resources and original writing (with the occasional “Whee! New movie!” exception). I’m aware that there are schools using this blog as a reference and link list, and while my “fannish” writings are so vanilla they only attract strawberries – let’s be honest, Horatio Nelson wrote higher rated material than me – I want to keep this place “safe for studying”. The old entries are still there because I’ve imported my LJ “en bloc”, and going through all entries and making selections would have been too time-consuming.

So, for everything fandom-related (discussion, tales, icons, meta etc.) please go to JM on LJ or JM on IJ. I’m still there. 🙂

I’ve noticed a significant increase in hits through searches related to Jack Davenport (because of his new show “Swingtown”) and Damian O’Hare (who will appear in the hospital drama soap “The Royal” from next month on). Again, this is not the place where you will find any news, I recommend the following two links:

If you want to keep informed about Damian O’Hare’s career – he will appear in hospital drama soap “The Royal” in June – you should bookmark the following pages:

Ambarussa – The Unofficial Damian O’Hare Website

or the website’s Blog on WordPress for latest news.

As for Jack Davenport, there’s

Good boy, Sparky! – The Unofficial Jack Davenport Website

or the website’s Blog on WordPress for latest news.

Both websites contain information and pictures only, with no “fannish” content. So the ratings for these websites is as high as the movies/series/plays the actors have appeared in.

Thanks!

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