Tag Archives: alternate history

What if Colchester had been moved to Suffolk?

Here’s an interesting bit of local history for you all, going all the way back to when I was born in 1972. This was a year of many interesting events, and also the 1972 Local Government Act which brought about wholesale changes to the way large parts of the country were governed. It brought in […]

Worth Reading 31: One for every day of the month

And still they come… The Best Alternative Histories in Literature – A list of 25 from the Abebooks site. The ten of the list I’ve read are good, so I’ll have to start working my way through the rest. A Truly Fair Tax On Flying – Donald Strachan questions some of the arguments made to […]