Author Archives: Terence Park

About Terence Park

Collections: vinyl records, comic books, paperbacks; I've plenty of them all. I also do spreadsheets.

Nymphs 2


Just posted cover detail from my upcoming, fantasy themed collection: Nymphs. Artwork by the Sloth Meister Advertisements

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Neil White, Lytham, 09/06/2018


Met Neil White yesterday. Best-selling author of Fallen Idols, Lost Souls, Last Rites etc… Continue reading

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Nymphs


Updated the Resources page on The Tau Device

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An Office Life 11: Acquiring Business Intelligence


One of the first lessons I learned was you need to know where you fit in the machine or your effort may be pointless. This is aptly demonstrated by the Sandbox experiment when I went to Fielden House Productivity Centre … Continue reading

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Just begun to self-edit The Turning Stone


I wrote The Turning Stone in late 2016. It’s YA Fantasy set in an alternate present day where the leading powers of the world are NuWrld, Angevie, Hanan and Muscovy. It begins in the fictional town of Saret, not far … Continue reading

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Kirbyesque


ZimQ update via Kirbyesque

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The Tarkowski decision and the Italy goal


Should be doing other things but here’s my view of the passage of play: 1 Chiesa is losing control and Lallana is coming in like a train 2 At this point

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An Office Life 10: What’s in a Label?


What is a Label? There are various definitions for a label, for the purposes of Belwoven a label was a bespoke design and weave job lot for customer purchase. Job size could range from 500 labels to half a million. … Continue reading

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An Office Life 9: Intermission (images)


We rarely keep the things of our lives. Peeking through my archives I came across a little black book with some notes to my earlier blog post:Intermission. I reproduce these below without further comment.

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Memories of Doris Lessing


While I was trawling my archives for notes I’d made on Sufism in Burnley (in vain so far), an unpolished, unpublished draft post on Doris Lessing came to my attention – I was conscious I hadn’t said all I wanted … Continue reading

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