Why go looking for dystopia?

I've always had a thing for reading dystopian fiction. The kind of end-of-the-world, post-disaster, look-how-awful-it-all-is now kind of thing. It might take place after a zombie plague, the rise of totalitarian government or a natural disaster so terrible that life as we know it ceases to exist. I've no idea why I'm so drawn to… Continue reading Why go looking for dystopia?

Ripping and shredding

Just about to jump into my final client meeting of the week, after which I'll be running around the Canary Wharf estate, checking out potential new offices. It's been a fairly hectic week (compared to the rest of lockdown, anyway) and I'm looking forward to some down time this weekend. Predictably, the weather forecast is… Continue reading Ripping and shredding