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For the un-Kindled – a free preview of ‘Nature and Wellbeing in the Digital Age’, no Kindle required

Amazon’s latest clever idea is the Instant Preview. It lets you dip into a Kindle book without having to install a Reader.

I admit I’ve been surprised at how many of my friends and acquaintances don’t read Kindle books. I just assumed everyone did these days! Anyway, as a result I will be producing a print edition later this year, but for now, if you are un-Kindled, please enjoy this Instant Preview.

FREE THIS WEEKEND: ‘Hello World: travels in virtuality’ by Sue Thomas. The story of a life online

‘This is a book about a love affair. It’s also a meditation on a phenomenon that has changed not just our lives but our perceptions of ourselves.’ The Independent.

This weekend I’m giving away free copies of the Kindle edition of my book  ‘Hello World: travels in virtuality’, first published by Raw Nerve Books in 2004. It’s a memoir/travelogue of reflections about virtuality in Cyberspace, California, Australia, England, and a few other places.  I’m told the Death Valley section is especially popular.

Here’s some more info about it.

Download it free this weekend at Amazon.

‘Nature and Wellbeing in the Digital Age’ – new book by Sue Thomas

Nature and Wellbeing in the Digital Age by Sue Thomas
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I announced a while ago that I was working on a new book, and now it’s ready. The title has evolved to ‘Nature and Wellbeing in the Digital Age‘.

This is the first time I’ve written and created a Kindle book from scratch, and it has been a very enjoyable experience. I plan to do more!

I hope you like this short excerpt, which includes a few practical tips to try for yourself. You’re also warmly invited to join the conversation in the Digital Wellbeing Facebook Group

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