Snuff by Terry Pratchett My rating: 5 of 5 stars As an homage to Terry Pratchett and in the wake of his death, my wife’s book club decided they should read one of the great man’s books. Not their usual cup of warm brown liquid by a long chalk. Over breakfast recently, the current Mrs … Continue Reading →
When you write a book about a world that doesn’t exist, or maybe does but we just can’t see it, you better have a good reason. Some are grand, like holding a dark mirror up so humanity can see their twisted faces, or, to poke a stick at people’s insistence that life isn’t funny at … Continue Reading →
When asked about inspiration, Terry Pratchett said this; “I make up my ideas in my head, and that’s where the inspiration comes from as well. Yes, sometimes I can see, in the real world, unusual juxtapositions, or there are little triggers which happen to set something off in my mind, but usually I get … Continue Reading →
So my most recent WIP, which will be number 3 in the Hipposync archives, revolves around flitting between here and there, there being somewhere that isn’t like here. You get my drift. In a place where the same rules don’t apply and physics ain’t what it used to be, there are choices to be made. … Continue Reading →
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