So I published this...
It's a paperback, collection of short pieces, and you can also find it on Kindle. Feel free to buy it, bargain price, etc., but before you do, here's a caveat. Most of the fourteen short pieces (15,000+ words) inside began life as posts on this blog. I rewrote them somewhat, and added material, but that wasn't the point.
I'm old enough to remember a time when back-up copies were print-outs. I like paperbacks, although I do most of my reading on a Kindle, and I still kind of like having my own words on paper. So I put together this collection, and played around with it, and now I've gone and published it. You can scroll around this site for free, but, well. Now you can spend £2.99 on the paperback instead, or equivalent in your favourite currency, and wait out the power cut with me.
I have a friend, a writer, who reads her work aloud to me on a tablet. There's (almost) always an "Oh, hold on. No, it's coming. Here it is." interval before we can start. I work with people who give PowerPoint presentations, and yes, I realise that the traditional ten minutes of working through the incompatibility of laptop, projector and slides is a useful opportunity to grab another coffee before we start, but.
But what? But I have days on which I just can't be bothered to be impressed by how much more convenient everything would be if only I did it on an app. I'm an elder, not a younger, and if I'm overly fond of drop shadows, that's my [to be continued some other time].