Love a duck?
Unless you’ve had your head sewn into a velvet-lined hemp sack, you can’t have failed to notice that it’s Race for Life time again: squillions of women walking, jogging or running 5k or 10k to raise money for Cancer Research UK. (OK: unless you’ve had your head sewn into a velvet-lined hemp sack or don’t [...]
The story so far
Sometime last year, when I was first thinking about the Bah! book, a friend put me in touch with a friend’s sister, who works for HarperCollins. She in turn put me in touch with Scott Pack. Scott is publisher at The Friday Project (an imprint of HarperCollins), former chief buyer at Waterstone’s, and a general [...]
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On Friday, I was working in Cumbria, a beautiful (if wet) part of England, and it was a good day. (I was greeted by one delegate with the words, “Ah, you’re the Blue Hat Ninja we’ve heard so much about.” Have I mentioned that I love my job?)
I was on a train home at 6pm, [...]