Many of the Terry Pratchett novels have a dedication.
''The Colour of Magic'' -
''The Light Fantastic'' is dedicated to the H.P. Lovecraft Holiday Fun Club, a nod to the young authors of dark fantasy/sci-fi of a Gothic inclination, who tended to pop up doing book-signings and personal appearances in Whitby and at Goth weekenders at Pontins/Butlins holiday camps. Luminaries of this group include Neil Gaiman, Kim Newman and Mary Gentle, authors who have all either co-written with Terry or else been spoofed/referenced in the Discworld. (refer to Reading Suggestions)
''Equal Rites'' informs us the story is not wacky or zany.
''Wyrd Sisters'' - no apparent dedication.
''Pyramids'' - no apparent dedication.
''Guards! Guards!'': to all City Watches and Palace Guards everywhere; "And also to Mike Harrison, Neil Gaiman, Mary Gentle and to all those others who assisted with and laughed at the idea of L-Space; too bad we never used Schrödinger's Paperback".
''Moving Pictures'' -
''Reaper Man'' -
''Witches Abroad'' -
''Small Gods'' -
''The Last Continent'' has a denial that the book is about Australia.
''Maskerade'' is dedicated to the people who showed Terry how weird opera can be.
''Jingo'' is dedicated to all fighters for peace.
''Raising Steam'' - "to David Pratchett and Jim Wilkins, both fine engineers who taught their sons to be curious."
''Truckers'' is dedicated to Rhianna.
''Wings'' is dedicated to Lyn, Rhianna and the sandwich-eating alligator in Florida.
''Nation'' is dedicated to Lyn Pratchett.
''The Long Cosmos'' is dedicated to Jacks Thomas and Malcolm Edwards by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter and to Sandra by Stephen Baxter.
''The Unseen University Challenge'' is dedicated to Hazel.