A moment of great excitement has fallen upon me: I have a regular column! Every other Monday, I will be posting over on the Bookmachine blog about publishing, social media, and the future of media industries. Pretty gnarly, huh? Here's an excerpt of my first article, to read more head over to the Bookmachine blog. At
In an attempt to embrace the changing times, it's not very often that I recommend specifically buying a book in print anymore, but John Saturnall's Feast is really worth getting a physicla copy of. If you can, get it in hardback. The design team worked a charm on this book, with crinkle-edged pages and sumptuous illustrations, that
If you like novels which spoon-feed story and tie up all the loose ends in the final chapter, don’t read this book. If you want to read something to relax, wind-down and stop using your brain, don’t read this book. If you want to read a couple of pages before bedtime, don’t read this book.