Tag Archives: Terry Pratchett

Isn’t all of Britain fictional

Fake Britain is a marvelous map to more than 400 fictional locations in England, Scotland and Wales featuring made-up towns, villages, castles, islands, and more. Created by Matt Brown and Rhys B. Davis, the map draws from films, television and books. … Continue reading

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Stay Toasty

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Good Omens Are Ineffable

At this year’s Edinburgh Book Festival some of Britain’s most popular authors shared their one favorite word. It sounds like a daunting task to choose just one word, but when I saw Neil Gaiman‘s video I knew that he was spot on. … Continue reading

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Finding Neverwhere

I first discovered Neil Gaiman‘s work through his collaboration with the great Terry Pratchett on the novel Good Omens. Then I found a copy of his novelization of his TV series Neverwhere on a trip to the UK. I’ve been a proselytizing … Continue reading

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Terry Pratchett Meets the Grim Reaper

  If you don’t know who Terry Pratchett is, or you have not read any of his hilarious Disc World books, stop reading this blog and run out and buy a copy of any of his books right now. In … Continue reading

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