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Amaretto and Icy Champagne

For the Writers Group homework we had this time a couple of proverbs and quotes.

I chose “Don`t die with a bottle of champagne in the fridge”. 185 more words

What Makes Terry Pratchett's Discworld Novels So Captivating?

This is an essay that I wrote last year for school, known as the EPQ, or Extended Project Qualification. The reasoning behind me publishing it upon my blog is more due to the fact that my cousin, who is a great Terry Pratchett fan, showed a desire to read it. 5,085 more words

Reading update: book juxtaposition

I am finishing up my review of Three Parts Dead by Max Gladstone (while eyeing his Two Serpents Rise on my nightstand), but in the meantime, here’s some reading news that is not news about me reading short stories: 281 more words

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Literary ABC (3)

How complicated is literary jargon! (Or is it?)

Let us find out the differences between the following types of artistic manifestation:

Pamphlet

Originating in the Greek word… 640 more words

Literary ABC

Book Review: Unseen Academicals

By Cheshire

Before we even start, I have to give you all a heads-up. Pratchett is one of my all-time favorite authors, so I might be a little biased in my rating. 924 more words

Book Reviews

Re-Read: The Colour of Magic

The beginning of July was a busy time for me as I got my portfolio of work ready to hand in for my college course; which left me with little time and brain power left for reading. 558 more words

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Apropos of Atropos

They don’t teach you the facts of death,
Your Mum and Dad. They give you pets.

- The Secret Book of the Dead, Terry Pratchett…

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Storytelling