Category: Books

“No one is actually dead until the ripples they cause in the world die away…” ― Terry Pratchett, Reaper Man I’m rarely out of words, but today’s one of those. It’s around 20 years since I wondered why everyone kept

Now Read On…

I have another five hours in this tin can. I have watched The Mechanic (Jason Statham plays Jason Statham in a Jason Statham movie), the same half an hour of the Green Hornet that I watched on the way out

Now Read On…

So, a post not about computer games. Also, not about the fact that I have been made redundant. Slightly before I was made redundant, I decided I wanted an ebook reader. Actually, I wanted an iPad, and probably still do,

Now Read On…

Lets start with a quote. From the Lies Of Locke Lamora, by Scott Lynch: The white-robed boys swept back their hoods and Locke saw that they were twins; perhaps a year or two older than himself, and far sturdier-looking. They

Now Read On…

Okay, only just “Tomorrow”, but I’ve been busy. Dragon Age, as a wise man once said, does not play itself. The other two short stories in the Mean Streets anthology I mentioned yesterday were Remi Chandler and John Taylor. In

Now Read On…

In the last couple of years, I’ve got into something of a subgenre. What it’s a subgenre of depends on who you talk to, or which bookshops you visit, but it appears to be the intersection of “Crime”, “Fantasy” and

Now Read On…

So, New job, new commute.  Advantage over the old commutes is that instead of taking the bus to a station and getting on a train, I now just take a bus. It takes as long as it ever did (40-50

Now Read On…