Six Books to Read If You’re Miffed About the Election

So you’re miffed about the UK election result. That’s ok, so am I. And pretty much everyone I’ve spoken to in real life and on social media in the last couple of days, which makes me wonder who voted for the Conservatives in the first place, but ho hum. We’ve got them now for the … Continue reading Six Books to Read If You’re Miffed About the Election

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On Terry Pratchett

This week’s article was going to be about cocktails. I’d found a strange, yet perfect, quote to start it off, from Sir Terry Pratchett: “Never trust any complicated cocktail that remains perfectly clear until the last ingredient goes in, and then immediately clouds.” Meaning to google which book of his it came from, I wrote … Continue reading On Terry Pratchett

On: It was the Undergraduate, in the Library, with the Beanbag

Over the course of my academic career – comprising of school, an undergraduate degree and two dissertations – I have used 14 libraries on an average of 3 per week, been thrown out of 1 and walked the length of the Trans-Siberian railway in going to find a book and forgetting to take the sheet … Continue reading On: It was the Undergraduate, in the Library, with the Beanbag