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A vital ingredient of success

It is well known that a vital ingredient of success is not knowing that what you’re attempting can’t be done.
— Terry Pratchett

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Effort and Load: Rereading Reaper Man

“The Death of the Disc was a traditionalist who prided himself on his personal service and spent most of the time being depressed because this was not appreciated.

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In ancient times cats were worshipped as gods;

In ancient times cats were worshipped as gods;
they have not forgotten this.

— Terry Pratchett

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Introducing Reaper Man

First Published in 1991 • #11 in the series • #2 in the Death story arc SUMMARY:

Windle Poons is going to die today. Unfortunately for Windle, dying isn’t going to mean the end of his existence, but rather the beginning of an undead one. 370 more words

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Podcasting Mort

It’s podcast time again! Better late than never – Anne and I had the lovely opportunity to be in the same place this weekend, which meant attending a… 152 more words

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A HAT FULL OF SKY

“Even so, Miss Tick had to squint. What Tiffany had noticed was that witches filled space. In a way that was almost impossible to describe, they seemed to be more real than others around them. 685 more words

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Don't keep calm and go postal

So, after a short break provided to us by WordPress, as we’ve got temporarily suspended by their anti-spam robots (and I was so proud of myself, publishing posts every day, three days in a row!), we’re back to books. 525 more words

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