Madeline Johnston

johnston madelineSince she discovered Stargate: Atlantis at the age of thirteen, Madeline’s love of science fiction television has only continued to grow. She has dreamed of reviewing and writing science fiction shows since she can remember. However, she is currently at university studying to become a history teacher. She regularly has Battlestar Galactica marathons, becomes engrossed in the history of Star Trek and obsesses over every new science fiction show that airs.

Additionally, Madeline has a love for cooking sweet treats and talking about issues that concern her, especially body image. She created her blog ‘Pocket Trinkets’ to do both these things.

Madeline also regularly writes for Sci-Fi Bloggers and you can find her procrastinating on her Twitter.



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