See What I See?

Poetry, Visual Art and the Good Intentions of a New Year   January and February feel like the lowest ebb of the year and thus the worst time to engage with a new project. It is a time for sloping about, perhaps ravelling in the tail ends of the old year. The part of the... Continue Reading →

Writing Tips

(from The Bennet College Reference Library of Electricity) LOOK AWAY NOW bibliophiles - I cut up books. It started with junk mail, when I began looking for hidden messages in unsolicited letters sent in the post. I liked the fact that they had signatures. If I changed the messages, they were still signed, sincerely, by... Continue Reading →

Why Unbound? Why crowdfunding?

Observations from people who've been there Funding my book with Unbound has been a fascinating process. There have been unexpected benefits that go beyond the buzz of having my book published. Unbound came into being as a response to changes in the publishing industry. Good books were not getting published because their commercial success couldn’t be guaranteed. There has... Continue Reading →

It’s not what it’s about, but how it’s about?

https://unbound.com/books/twice-the-speed-of-dark As it seems quite difficult to explain succinctly what my book is about, I have been trying to get people interested with these quotes - mainly because how I chose a book is I read a few random passages and persist from the beginning if they intrigue or make me interested. Or they just sound good. Or... Continue Reading →

Gift a pledge

If you are stuck for a christmas present idea for the book lovers in your life, why not gift a pledge, so that as well as enjoying the book, they will have their name in it as a patron - one of the people who have helped bring the book to life. On Unbound, you... Continue Reading →

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