A Gentle Reminder….

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1.  Next weekend (28th of March, 2015) I’ll be at Waterstones Uxbridge from 1 p.m. signing stuff and chatting and generally hanging out.  If you’re in the area, come and chat! 2.  Next month (on April 19th, to be exact) I’ll be taking part in a Swimathon to raise money …

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Reasons Why

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I will never be asked to give a graduation speech at my old colleges.  I’m not academic enough for LSE, nor actory enough for RADA, and thus the distilled wisdom of the last few years (i.e. there’s no such thing as ‘lending’ a sharpie, or always run your data cable …

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It’s Okay…

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… I’m in a relationship. Warning in advance: I’m going to be making some fairly sweeping generalisations about gender stuff.  It comes with all the usual caveats, that generalisations are not people, people are not generalisations etc. etc. etc..  But it also comes from a generic pattern of personal observation, …

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Publication Day!

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Touch is published today whoop whoop!!  To celebrate I shall… … well, mostly work.  Really.  I mean, it’d be nice if every publication day was a public holiday for all – A PUBLIC HOLIDAY IN WHICH EVERYONE WAS FORCED TO READ, in fact – blimey, wouldn’t the world be a …

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More Touch Stuff!

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So first thing’s first, the awesome dudes at Orbit have created a trailer! There’s also been updatey stuff to this blog, and there’s a Thunderclap campaign running here  in the run-up to publication day, which will itself be celebrated at Kingston Waterstones – come join!  There’ll also likely be stuff …

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Worry worry worry

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So, as regular readers of this blog will know, I’ve joined the Green Party.  This is for a number of reasons.  1.  I basically agree with everything they stand for, though obviously I’d ask whether any policy survives first contact with government.  2.   Politics will only ever change if we …

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