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Tag Archives: Terry Pratchett
It’s Friday! How about another installment of the Book Blogger Hop, when bloggers discuss bookish topics… This week’s question is: What was the last book that made you laugh out loud? So I must admit, I’m an easy sell on this … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I joined in with the Book Journey meme, “It’s Monday, What Are You Reading?” Maybe it’s time for an update! I’ve been reading lots of fantasy for Once Upon a Time, which has been enormously … Continue reading
Terry Pratchett is the funniest of authors and Neil Gaiman seems to be one of the coolest of people, so I’ve no idea why I didn’t read their co-authored Good Omens long ago…but I finally have, and it was wonderful! … Continue reading
Today marks the launch of spring–and of the Once Upon a Time Reading Experience, hosted by Carl at Stainless Steel Droppings. This will be my third year participating, and I’ve been looking forward to joining in again. If someone was … Continue reading
I’ve been deeply intrigued by the concept of Imagined Lives: Portraits of Unknown People ever since I first heard about it. Eight authors wrote fictional character sketches, based off portraits whose original identities have been lost. Many were at some … Continue reading