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In praise of the universal banana

How many uses for a banana are there? I can think of a few. mimikaki for people with large ears if tied to the bottom of feet they are a cheap alternative to roller blades by virtue of the slippy … Continue reading

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Nothing more horrible than a nice cup of tea, don’t you think?

Of all the stupid things people say, one of the most stupid is ‘Would you like a nice cup of tea?’ I mean, what is the word nice doing in that sentence? It’s the sort of thing daft old grannies … Continue reading

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Announcement: Un-Tall Tales actually available in paperback

The literary world’s biggest secret: Chris Page’s Un-Tall Tales was published on March 31st this year to no fanfare at all. The closest this massive book publishing event got to a fanfare was a quick toot on Facebook. Millions of … Continue reading

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Sneaky peek

Well, it had to happen eventually. Despite my best efforts to stay in a bottle, I have drafted a cover for Un-Tall Tales, the paperback collection of short stories, and the thing is now in the pre-printing stage where the … Continue reading

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A tall tale

I am making progress with the paperback Un-Tall Tales. It will feature all the stories and nonsense from the ebook Shorts, plus two extra short stories, ‘Dumb Novel’ and ‘The Escapologist’. The text is pretty much edited and formatted and … Continue reading

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