Do you speak SMALL CAPS?!

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In the October episode of Engineered Unicorns our local Bookdragon SandyJ  introduces you to her favorite cosy autumnal reads. Instead of spooky she prefers fun and therefore reads  Terry Pratchett‘s Discworld Novels. Her favorite character speaks in SMALL CAPS and is more weird than spooky even though Halloween brings out a lot of depictions of him.

Looking for cosy fantasy? Then listen to the new episode of our Engineered Unicorns Podcast, Sunday, October 4th, 7 p.m. at Campusradio Karlsruhe.

On the podcast platforms it will be available on Monday, October 5th.

Bookdragon: SandyJ
Music: Erwin Schmidt



Terry Pratchett „The Truth“ (2002)

Terry Pratchett „Mort“ (1987)

Terry Pratchett „Going Postal“ (2004)

Terry Pratchett „Monstrous Regiment“ (2003)


Semaphores = optical telegraph


Book Releases  October (Probably ;-):

Gail Carriger „The Heroine’s Journey“ (01.10.2020)

V.E. Schwab „The invisible life of Addie LaRue“ (06.10.2020)

Stefan Bachmann „Cinders and Sparrows“ (13.10.2020)

C.L. Polk „The Midnight Bargain“ (13.10.2020) (Black Author)

Katie O’Neill „The Tea Dragon Tapestry“ (27. October 2020)

P. Djèlí Clark  „Ring Shout“ (13. October 2020)

Other Books mentioned:

Colin Cowie Chic (2007)

V. S. Santoni „I’m a gay Wizard“ (2017)

Terry Pratchett (1998)