Another five star review, this time from Amazon: thanks GM! Want to find out for yourself? Make the doldrums of January worthwhile, get yourself a copy of HOW TO BE DULL.
A very gratifying review over on Goodreads: and they say those Americans have no sense of humour. Fie on that, I say. Read the whole review for more.
Are you looking at the holidays with a jaundiced eye? Not looking forward to discussions about that vote? Are there relatives you’d rather gnaw an arm off than speak to for any length of time? Be dull. By which of course I mean buy my book and become an expert in the art of Dullness.Continue reading “Holiday Blues? Be Dull!”
The Dull Revolution continues apace — all right, a slow pace, but that’s just what it ought to be. No need to hurry. There’s always time to be dull. Thank you, perspicacious pal, for taking the time to leave a review. I raise my glass to you!
The revolution has begun. Throw away those spreadsheets and burn your time management reports. Sit down in a comfy chair and let the go-getters get gone. Enjoy a cold beverage. Be dull!
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One doesn’t like to boast — so tedious! — but that Margery has poked me into confessing that the reviews have already begun to arrive on my little tome. Gratifyingly enough here’s the first: “It is not accurately possible to convey the full tedium of this book. Obviously, trying to be accurate is dull itself,Continue reading “A Five Star Review for DULL”
The day has arrived! Click the picture to buy your copy and learn truly How to Be Dull! Then report back here and tell me how it has changed your life. Glimpse the beauties of the Lady Miss Johnson’s brilliant illustrations. Save Save
An acquaintance of mine — I say acquaintance because this bustling sort of fellow who blusters into rooms, organises everyone according to hat size, forms committees and then boodles out could hardly stand still long enough to be a friend — asked if there were not some ‘executive summary’ of my forthcoming book. This handbookContinue reading “Executive Dull”
“Dying is a dull, dreary affair. my advice is that you have nothing whatever to with it.” ― W. Somerset Maugham I don’t think Maugham could have been dull even in the throes of death. He gave Elliott Templeton such a terrific send off in The Razor’s Edge. He credited his success to this symbolContinue reading “Maugham: Dull”