Lord, how the hours hang upon you when you discover that your job is less essential than you thought. Your colleagues you thought so tedious at least entertained you, it seems. Left to your own devices the old ennui as the French say has got you feeling all Camus and Sartre. Give in: Be Dull! DiscoverContinue reading “#Lockdown Got You Down? Be DULL!”
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.
A lovely review from the .com side of Amazon (most of the reviews so far have been from the UK). And people are always trying to tell me Americans don’t understand irony. I think now more than ever the Yanks would enjoy a little dullness. Click to buy!
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!
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”