Monthly Archives: April 2014

For those who came in late…

Welcome to all those posters who are visiting the blog on the back of Ben Aaronovitch’s dialogue with me in his twitter. It’s a salutary reminder that exposure matters! In any case, the basic purposes of this blog are as follows: … Continue reading

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Laser-like precision: Ben Aaronovitch and Audience Targetting

Recently, I raced through a four book series in less than a week, slamming down over 1500 pages with a compulsion that surprised me. The series was Ben Aaronovitch‘s Rivers of London series (four books and counting). The books are part police procedural, … Continue reading

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Research and the Single Author

A former work colleague once confided in me his absolute loathing of Tim Winton. Somewhat startled, I asked why. Because he’s a fraud, I was told. Further questions revealed that the source of this fraud was the fact that in … Continue reading

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