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The Twelve Quizzes of Christmas is available to order now

The Twelve Quizzes of Christmas is available to order now

My new book, The Twelve Quizzes of Christmas, is now available to order. A compendium of mind-bending and perplexing questions guaranteed to set your mind boggling. With twelve quizzes, each with its own theme, The Twelve Quizzes of Christmas is the perfect way for any quiz fan to while away the winter hours. Consisting of a compilation of my twelve Christmas Quizzes to date, it’s a great brainteaser for those Christmas times with family, as well as the perfect present…

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The Twelve Quizzes of Christmas: Preorders

The Twelve Quizzes of Christmas: Preorders

I’m collecting expressions of interest for pre-orders my forthcoming book, The Twelve Quizzes of Christmas. If I get sufficient interest, I’ll be able to arrange a bulk order which would bring the price down for everyone. If you think you’re likely to get one or more copies (Christmas presents!!!), please leave a comment here – or message me through the contact form below – to indicate this, as well as how many you might get if more than one. The…

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Announcing the Twelve Quizzes of Christmas!

Announcing the Twelve Quizzes of Christmas!

Every year for a dozen years I’ve produced a Christmas Quiz, with an increasing number of people doing it each year. My back catalogue and list of winners can be found here. This autumn I’ll be releasing The Twelve Quizzes of Christmas, a compilation of all twelve quizzes, available in paperback and ebook form from all good Amazon websites near you. An ideal coffee table or bathroom book – and the ideal Christmas present for anyone in your life who…

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A Logic Puzzle

A Logic Puzzle

Most readers are probably familiar with the old chestnut of two doors and two guards, one of which always tells the truth and one of which always lies. But what about if we have three guards? This is a twist on the classic puzzle that I found pleasantly appealing. Without further ado: A prisoner is given a choice between two doors; one of which leads to freedom and the other of which leads to certain death. In front of the…

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