Now: Either die in the vacuum of space or....

...tell me how good you thought my book was.

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  1. Why a new blog? What was wrong with the old one?

    Loved the new material in the book. (I've not yet re-read the older stuff, having read it all at least twice previously, some of it many more times). As usual I am left wondering whether you actually like Doctor Who. I've tentatively concluded that you don't, but you love it.

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    1. That's not a bad way of putting it, actually. (Although I still think the "native mythology" thing says it best.)

      The boring answer would be "well, some bits I like; others not so much." A bit like asking me if I like "people" or "music".

      Glad you liked the new stuff.

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    2. Oh, P.S I wanted to be able to point people who might not want to wade through ten years of folk music and religion to a page that was just about Viewer's Tale. When I get caught up and start pontificating again, I'll carry on using the old blog. And I haven't forgotten that I promised to make it more user friendly...

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    3. "He didn't like her much, but he loved her, despite her rough tongue / The whey faced old nag-bag had been his pretty sweetheart once." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kiiSYA2W0P4

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  2. Actually I quite liked it. I thought that some of the metaphysical imagery was really particularly effective.

    (Blog review linked from my name.)

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  3. I've just finished the book – as clever as always, up to and including the commissioned essays. I'm already eagerly awaiting your next, regardless of which of the five pitched topics you decide on.

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  4. Actually, I quite liked it. I thought some of the metaphysical imagery was really particularly effective.

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    1. I knowed you was going to say that!

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