Author Archives: Nick Keirle

2018: The Year in Books – ‘Painter to the King’ by Amy Sackville

(In the final part of our 2018: The Year in Books series, we look at my absolute favourite book of last year. (and my god, it was actually published last year (who could believe it)) It’s the one, the only – … Continue reading

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The Red Market Dev Log #12: Cutting Out the Faff

In today’s fortnightly dev log: I did some things, and didn’t do some others. Bit of a small update today. I’ve been very busy with work recently, and I’ve also been busy planning: (a) my wedding, (b) my honeymoon, (c) … Continue reading

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2018: The Year in Books – ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’ by Gabriel García Márquez

(In the penultimate part of our 2018: The Year in Books series, we look at a book about some people living in the jungle.) The Award for Most People Called Aureliano In a Single Book Gabriel García Márquez – One … Continue reading

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