Human Spaces is a brilliant resource for information about ‘spaces designed with the human in mind’ so I’m very pleased that they’ve published an excerpt from my new book. Read it here Nature and Wellbeing in the Digital Age | Human Spaces
Thousands of people have published their own Kindle books and then blogged about the process. I decided to do the same. But this is in no way a definitive guide. It’s just a list of bits of information I picked up along the way and thought ‘that’s useful, I wish I’d known it before’. I’ve added on some notes about a later decision to produce a print-on-demand paperback too.
This is the book I’m discussing – Nature and Wellbeing in the Digital Age: how to feel better without logging off.
Some parts of the process of publishing a Kindle are surprisingly unintuitive, whilst other parts are easier than you think. But at the start you can only know what you know. After that, you learn as you go along. These are my learnings. I hope they’re helpful to you. Continue reading Publishing a Kindle book, and then a paperback too
Our love of ‘nature’, also known as biophilia, represents a trusted and ancient baseline in our understanding of the world. But Koert van Mensvoort disputes that idea. Citing examples like electronic plants and lab-grown meat, he postulates that ‘nature changes along with us’. How should we respond?
Thomas, Sue (2013) “Next nature: ‘nature caused by people’,” Journal of Professional Communication: Vol. 3: Iss. 2, Article 5. Download from: http://digitalcommons.mcmaster.ca/jpc/vol3/iss2/5