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  1. debsrandomwritings

    Hi Anne, I read the very first Disc World books when they first came out, but I never could get into them. I remember I had read a book called Weaveworld or something like that and thought they would be similar. I also remember being attracted by the covers too.

    As a fan, it must have been wonderful to get a chance to visit Discworld Emporium and even nicer for you that your family seemed to enjoy it too! I bet you really can't wait to go to the convention as a family.

    xx

  2. Northumberland Mam

    Ahh! What a wonderful trip. That shop looks and sounds amazing…
    Obviously I've heard of Terry Pratchett but I am not a big fan….
    I have just Googled him and I didn't realise he had so many books. Wow! x

  3. discworldarchive

    Hi anne, Love your review of the very much loved Emporium. It made me wonder if you have signed up to Discworld Monthly (www.discworldmonthly.co.uk)” target=”_blank”> ” target=”_blank”>(www.discworldmonthly.co.uk) as it has all sorts of Discworld events listed in it's free newsletter. I suspect you were talking to Bernard Pearson at the emporium aka The cunning artificer himself. He is such a wonderful gent who many of us refer to as Uncle B.

  4. raisiebay

    I'm glad you like my review, I've been signed up to Discworld Monthly since 1999, it was the first site I found when I first accessed the internet 🙂

  5. motherhoodtherealdeal

    I have to admit to having never read a Terry Pratchett book but I can totally see how this must have been the most wonderful experience for you…I'm so happy that you got to make your pilgrimage! Thanks for linking up to #coolmumclub with this x

  6. mummyhereandthere

    This is the kind of thing my hubby would enjoy, He loves all the Disc world stuff X #coolmumclub

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