A Better Wanderlust Cover, unless

unless you’d rather not tout Richard Armitage in this project.

I made an appeal on Twitter:

and after a little back and forth, my exact wish was fulfilled to the letter:

Now that’s better. Many thanks!

@RCArmitage – Thanks for the Thanks


#RichardArmitage Event Lifts and Distracts

Photo from @WithanAccent Twitter – and there are loads and loads of other great photos.

Looking forward to more interviews ( to enjoy and analyze, speculate, worry)

#Armitage fans – Burned by @DigitalTheatre’s Crucible?How to Help

At this stage, with no really helpful reply or action from Digital Theatre, I’m proposing that Richard Armitage fans make a concerted, signal-boosted effort to get @DigitalTheatre’s attention and action – through Twitter and Facebook. (Meanwhile, keep those emails going)

Many Richard Armitage fans, and probably other DT customers, have faced a frustrating time these past weeks trying to gain access to The Crucible on the DT website. ¬†it started with change in Terms of Service, and hasn’t ended yet. The solution DT is proposing is just sending us around in circles, receiving the same useless email responses, IT order tickets, inaccessibility to the site, and most frustratingly – notices that they’re closed over a holiday that ended over a week ago.

It appears that although they are claiming a backlog – not ONE customer has had success. in accessing The Crucible or even getting resubscribed to the site.

You can check here¬†, here¬† (read the comments) and search Twitter @DigitalTheatre ¬†to read their feed and see for yourself the number of complaints, and lame responses, such as this one on Violet Dutchblogger’s FB page.¬†Screen Shot 2017-09-03 at 8.32.24 AM

Individual action doesn’t seem to be working; therefore, I’m proposing that we take concerted action on Twitter for those who are on Twitter, (@DigitalTheatre) and on their FB page (https://www.facebook.com/digitaltheatre/ )

Here are my ideas – I’m open to other suggestions:

What we need:

  1.  First- please start by boosting by bloggers and  retweets, this notification to fans so we can reach as many as possible  way beyond my own followers. For this, the hashtag #RichardArmitage is necessary.
  2. a 40 character Tweet  (also suitable as a message on their FB page) to @DigitalTheatre with #TheCrucible setting forth our collective frustration about their poor customer practices and empty promises.
  3. or an attachment to a tweet in the form of an image that is more complete and expresses our dissatisfaction.
  4. Once we have our Tweets and FB comments in place, a window of time when we can all post -say 3 hours during the UK work day. Tweets can be scheduled for anytime you want using the Twitter app ( I think).
  5. Signal boosting and retweeting of these tweets and FB messages during the selected time period.

Please let us know through Twitter (@Perry3220) or comments here ( even if you don’t usually comment here) whether (a) you have a better idea and (b) whether you have a good 40 character tweet we can use or (c) whether you want to draft a note that can be used as a FB message and image attachment to a tweet.

Let’s face it, and DT should face it also – if they don’t come up with a workable solution soon, it is inevitable that The Crucible will be pirated ( if it hasn’t already) and this fandom will make sure that any fans who want it, will finally get it for their own private libraries. We have some of the most tech savvy fans around, and a very strong underground backchannel. We paid for it – we should own it, but we’re willing to work with DT’s promise of long term access.



Give and Take for a fellow #RichardArmitage Fan

The tweet below is from Alyssa Bethancourt, a Richard Armitage fan and the author of one of my favorite blog posts here,¬†¬†It tracks the entire Lucas North arc. For fans of Richard Armitage, and especially his Lucas North, this is a must if you haven’t yet read it.

Alyssa is asking for some  gofundme help with a family tragedy.

My heart goes out to Alyssa and her family.

#RichardArmitage Getting Lots of New Fans with #Castlevania

A quick view of the @RCArmitage Twitter time line today included many heretofore unseen Tweeps – all on account of Castlevania. I’m curious ( and a little anxious) to see if these new fans look for more of his work, become vocal in the fandom, and if, so impact it might have.

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