Last night I picked up Denver by David McKee to read at bedtime. I’d grabbed it in the library as the cover reminded me of Mr Benn (I hadn’t realised David McKee wrote Mr Benn before. ) The story starts out straightforwardly enough. Denver is rich and generous. He has lots of staff and supports […]
If you've enjoyed reading this year, and have a few moments to spare, I'd love if you could click here or on the MADs badge over in the sidebar and nominate me. The family fun category would be lovely, though I'd be very happy with any nominations at all, and I'm especially grateful to whoever nominated me for blog of the year :) Thank you.
(Yes, yes, I know I haven’t blogged book 2 yet. But I’ve read it and it was wonderful and I’m just waiting to find out about the cover and stuff like that ) Anyway, I think this means I’ve caught up. Last Colony is classic SF. Aliens, colonies, battles, politics. Heroes, villains, idiots and martyrs, […]
I was reading recently about the spot checks on illegal immigrants. Various people have taken exception to how these occurred, and to whether they were actually even legal. This bit of the article leapt out at me though: Last month Mr Justice Blake said the policy was a disproportionate interference in people’s lives and suggested […]