Fragments Kindle Pre-order News

The ebook version of Fragments: Essays and Philosophies is now live for pre-order across worldwide Kindle stores – from the UK to India:

UK (United Kingdom), US (United States), DE (Germany), FR (France), ES (Spain), IT (Italy), NL (Netherlands), JP (Japan), BR (Brazil), CA (Canada), MX (Mexico), AU (Australia), and IN (India). The release date for this version is Monday 29th October, when the book will be delivered to Kindle devices and apps.

The paperback Amazon print on demand version will be available to buy the same week – Monday 29th October onwards. It will be available in the UK, US, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, and Japan.


An excerpt from the introduction:

‘Why did I decide to call this book ‘Fragments’? It’s because these essays are fragments that make up a part of a whole. They are broken glass, slips of thought and identity. Identity is a slippery thing—some things remain the same, but we are always changing with time and our experiences. Identity has fascinated me since I was a teenager—first, with all the things I collected around me as signifiers of ‘me’, and most recently with identity politics—what it means to be a woman, to be deaf, and in my generation, to live in a body. I am still only fragments, with pieces of myself appearing in different situations. In this way, writing is a way of looking for that core of self, of trying to recognise it—and yet learning that perhaps, I will never truly know. Identity is both something we can see, and something invisible.’

In the coming months Fragments may also be available through other distribution channels – watch this space and the blog for further updates. I may also be able to send people signed print copies through Paypal – again, keep an eye out for information on the blog and social media. If you would like a paperback copy and don’t live in the print-on-demand countries above, let me know through the contact form at the top of the blog, and I’ll be in touch.

If you would like to contact me for interview, please get in touch via the contact form on the Contact page above.

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