What was the reason behind Neil Gaiman's desire for a Good Omens adaptation? Gaiman wanted the co-author behind this book, Terry Pratchett, to enjoy it before his dementia became more advanced. In the past, . In an interview with RadioTimes, Gaiman ... Media Bistro, 3 weeks ago
Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman's Good Omens Adaptation Now on BBC Radio 4 - Media Bistro, 1 month ago
Good Omens: How Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett wrote a book - BBC, 1 month ago
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The name Terry Pratchett conjures images from fantasy novels like his successful series, of approximately forty volumes, DISCWORLD . New York Times best-selling author Pratchett, after all, has been writing since 1971, averaging about two books a ...Examiner.com, 2 weeks ago Book review: A Slip of the Keyboard, by Terry Pratchett Melbourne Age, 2 months ago
Page File Fresh from his multiverse world-building with Terry Pratchett in The Long Earth series, Stephen Baxter turns to his own multiverse in the two-book set Proxima and Ultima a very different hard sci-fi tale. Proxima starts in the ...The Register, 1 month ago
Philosophers looking for fresh insights into metaphysics, epistemology and ethics can add another author to their reading list, as a study reveals the philosophical issues explored in the work of Terry Pratchett. With more than 75 million copies ...Taipei Times Online, 1 month ago Terry Pratchett Rethought As A Philosopher In New Study Booktrade - Book2Book, 1 month ago
When trainer-mad Dave Golder calculated how much money he had spent on his extensive shoe collection, he decided to put the footwear to good use. The sci-fi loving writer came up with the idea of wearing a different pair of shoes every day for a ...Irish Examiner, 1 day ago What a feat! Bristol writer wears different pair of trainers every day for a year Alzheimers Research, 3 days ago
Friday 23rd January 2015 A writer has raised more than £1,700 for Alzheimer's Research UK after wearing a different pair of shoes on each day in 2014. Dave Golder, 47, from Willsbridge near Bristol, chose to support the dementia research ...Media Trust, 3 days ago
To go with the theme of this week's issue, a quiz on fiction. Only the answers aren't made up. 1 From which short story has the phrase The curious incident of the dog in the night-time been borrowed for the bestselling book of the same name? 2 ...Hindu Business Line, 4 days ago
A weekly look over the shoulders of our scholar-reviewers Peter Paul Catterall, reader in history, University of Westminster, is reading Terry Pratchett's Raising Steam (Transworld, 2013). The real heroine of this story is a steam engine, the idea ...Times Higher Education Supplement, 5 days ago
A touring exhibition celebrating the work of an award winning writer's artist of choice is paying a visit to Newcastle-under-Lyme. Drawings, oil paintings and watercolours by Paul Kidby go on show at the Borough Museum and Art Gallery from ...Newcastle-Under-Lyme Borough Council, 6 days ago
A NEW book reveals the best of British sayings of the great and good RIPOSTES You may be as vicious about me as you please. You will only do me justice - actor Richard Burton WORK AND MONEY How long was I in the army? Five foot eleven - Spike ...Scottish Daily Express, 1 week ago
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