'A dragon in the Napoleonic wars' blog discussion

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Martin's Blogs & Appearances & MoneySavingExpert in the News
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  • Dragons exist and they link up with their ‘Captain’ in a life-long partnership.
    Indeed they do apparently ;)
    ... in China they’re seen as honoured citizens.
    Quite so and especially this year.

    In your Twitter feed, Martin you ask "Not many dragon lovers out there?" ... well I would take issue with the premise of the question as anyone married to someone born in the following years would have agreed, at least until they discovered the dreadful truth :p
    • Jan 23 1928–Feb 09 1929
    • Feb 08 1940–Jan 26 1941
    • Jan 27 1952–Feb 13 1953
    • Feb 13 1964–Feb 01 1965
    • Jan 31 1976–Feb 17 1977
    • Feb 17 1988–Feb 05 1989
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    I'm nearly at the end of book 4 after picking up Book 1 on kindle (for Android) just after new years, loving the series!
    Full Disclosure: I'm an Analyst that has previously worked in the B2C Financial Sector (A&L, Santander), I currently work in the B2B Energy Sector (Centrica).

    All views expressed are mine alone, and do not represent the opinions or polocies of any company I work for (or have worked for in the past).
  • We are a small family business using a PO Box number for mail delivery.
    The Post office have just invoced us at £200 fee for the next year. Last year it was about £127.
    How can they justifu nearly a 60% increase?
  • FairzoFairzo Forumite
    277 Posts
    Part of the Furniture 100 Posts Combo Breaker
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    Only just found this thread but I love the Temeraire series and Naomi Novik's writing (although she does seem to like semi-colons more than most). Have bought a number of the volumes as signed first editions. Peter Jackson bought the film rights some years ago although latest suggestions are that the works will be high production value mini-series through HBO or similar, rather than feature films. Something of a disappointment but doubt that much will happen until The Hobbit has been completed anyway..
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