Thursday, 5 December 2013


I'll be signing at Waterstones Piccadilly in London tonight from 6:30.

My apologies. I've been bouncing around like a pinball and neglecting to blog. In case you've been wondering what I'm up to here's me on Channel 4 on Sunday (at about the half hour mark). And here's me interviewed by Natalie Laurence. And I'll be on Monocle Radio at noon on Sunday. And on the Graeme Hill show in New Zealand. And on Final Draft on 2SR in Australia. And radio Scotland this morning. And...

I'm terribly tired, you know.

But I shall get back to blogging.

1 comment:

  1. On the subject of promoting particular words into general modern-day usage, may I offer another, albeit one with more than one meaning? Here goes: "Lovejoy (v.): (i) to bore listeners with banal chatter; (ii) to boast about one's lack of education and knowledge; and (iii) to obtain good fortune notwithstanding a complete lack of discernible talent. e.g. "Stop lovejoying, Tim, you sound like an unfunny Alan Partridge and everyone's turning over to Dave!" or "He wouldn't stop lovejoying about his inability to pronounce a four-syllable word" or "That Tim Lovejoy...he really lovejoyed his way onto television."