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Day Two Hundred and Fifty-Six: Tortoise

Broad-oar feet, wading through the grass, the lawn your gigantic undulating paddock, through which you glide, pushing against the green waves and finding your way slowly to the lettuce, the dandelions and other treats set out for your daily picnic. 76 more words


Ye Small Gods

We were reading about some of the winter weeds we’re allowed to eat on ‘The Tortoise Table’ website, and we found this quote from Terry Pratchett’s ‘Small Gods': 50 more words

Tortoise Inspiration

Ho Ho Ho ... or ... What do you want for Christmas?

I gazed blankly at my neighbour (aged 60 plus) standing in my doorway dressed in a Santa outfit. In fact, he made quite a good Santa. 1,200 more words


Wintersmith - unnecessary romance, well written as usual

Title: Wintersmith

Author: Terry Pratchett

Summary: In the 3rd book in the Tiffany Aching mini-series, a young witch makes a mistake and causes an imbalance of seasons. 156 more words

Teen Powered

Review - The Long Earth (Series)

Now, in the spirit of full disclosure, I should mention that Terry Pratchett is one of those authors who has profoundly affected the way I think. 793 more words



It’s just a number. The only reason it has any importance at all is because humans evolved with five digits on each hand. It doesn’t mean anything. 563 more words


A tree-froggy enlightenment

The leading tree frog was trying to wrestle with a new idea. It was very dimly aware that it needed a new type of thought.

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