About

This is the blog for the writings of Perdix, a British writer channelling an unhealthy obsession with creating worlds. The writings fall under two categories:

  • Original – works straight off the dome of Perdix themselves.
  • Magikarp Used Splash – a series in which Perdix takes the little-known extras from across various different TV, Film, Comic, Music, etc. sources and fleshes them out with back stories. The back stories aren’t intended to establish themselves as any form of EU, but just as a potential detail to unknown characters.

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Initially Perdix sought writing representation through traditional means, as in, contacting literary agents, but got nowhere fast. Admittedly, that could be because the writing wasn’t very good, but regardless, this site was established to hopefully generate a following and prove that valuable content is being produced. Perdix is very keen to develop these works into media franchises, that’s the real dream here, so should you happen to be in a position to enable that, do not hesitate to get in touch.

These works are not intended to infringe upon any copyrights, plagiarise or otherwise ‘rip-off’ other people’s work; that said, adherence to category tropes and conventions can make it seem otherwise, all work is written as a Perdix original unless otherwise referenced. Inspirational starting points are noted.  No work is intended to represent any individual person, living or dead; any such similarities are coincidental. If you’ve any questions, please contact Perdix through the form below.

Cheers, Perdix

Icons made by Freepik from www.flaticon.com. Website by Rahmat Hidayat from the Noun Project. Images from Pexels under common free licence.

The Perdix Logo (in its various formats and colours both with and without text), and the character concept art for Alex Wright in the story Breaking New Ground – was commissioned by Perdix from the artists at: Bad Moon Art Studio (www.badmoonart.com), with all commercial licences and rights transferred to Perdix as of May 2020 and as per the written and agreed contract signed by both parties.