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Review: Jingo (Terry Pratchett)

In my personal opinion, there is simply no greater author than the late, great, Sir Terry Pratchett.

Funny, witty, sharp, always on point with modern issues, firmly entrenched in his own voice and passions… there is no author I have ever read who has been as consistently enjoyable as Sir Terry, nor as meaningful. 1,227 more words


That about covers it

We have had a quite a few questions about the excellent cover for ‘The Resurrection Show’ The talented, award-winning, illustrator Tom Morgan-Jones of Inkymess.com is responsible – and we are a delighted two-hearted Dalter T Newman. 87 more words

A Writer Gets A Word In

How to be a writer

Terry Pratchett is one of my heroes. If you don’t know him, he was the author of the Discworld series and sold over 85 million books. 376 more words

NLP Tips

Stack goes up, stack goes down ...

So, I was having a conversation this morning about software stacks, and whether stack unwinding goes up or down. In particular, we often end up talking about whether one item is above or below another. 323 more words



‘I ate’nt dead’.

And with those 3 simple words, ladies and gentlemen, I will either have spoken volumes, or you’ll be saying ‘he can’t spell, please alert the authorities’. 679 more words


Hogfather or: How I learned to start listening and love the Disc

Yesterday I finished reading Hogfather, my first successful read through of a Discworld book. I had long been interested in this series but was unable to connect with it and couldn’t figure out why. 696 more words


A Slip of the Keyboard by Terry Pratchett

Wow. Just wow. This book was amazing. It contains essays of late Sir Terry Pratchett. Some of them concern his childhood and how he grew to love reading. 309 more words