Do you want to connect better with nature without giving up your wired life? If so, what kind of help do you need?
I’m working on a new book called ‘Feel Better Without Logging Off‘. It will come out as a Kindle this April.
This is the first time I’ve written a Kindle book from scratch and it’s a very interesting and enjoyable experience, although I must admit I’m struggling to get the right cover at the moment.
It’s time for an antidote to that nagging anxiety about whether you should go on a digital detox, throw your mobile away, live offline in a forest et cetera.
It doesn’t need to be like that.
So I’m writing a short practical guide to integrating the wired life with the natural world. It includes experiments to try, and it’s designed to be entirely guilt-free.
In 2013 Bloomsbury published ‘Technobiophilia: nature and cyberspace’. It was the result of eight years of meticulous research and covered a wide range of topics, with a tone geared towards an academic reader.
It has attracted attention from designers, architects, planners and all kinds of specialists interested in the future of nature, technology and wellbeing. But not everyone wants to read an academic book, plus my research has expanded hugely since it came out.
What do you think?
The book is almost done but I’d like to check I’ve covered everything that should be in there. So please let me know – what would you like to see included? Please let me know in the comments, or via one of the following:
Thanks in advance :)