Fragments Release

The day is finally here – Fragments: Essays and Philosophies is ready for people to buy in both Kindle ebook form and paperback. If you don’t have a Kindle, you can download the free Kindle app on Android, iPhone, computers, and tablets. In Europe, if you live in the Netherlands, you can get hold of the paperback through the German Amazon store. And if you’d like to buy a paperback but don’t live in any of the countries listed, please get in touch via the contact form and I can arrange everything through Paypal with international postage.

It’s been a long time coming, and after the intensity of the last few weeks – editing, proofing, getting the cover and the files ready for the KDP publishing process – I’m happy to say that my first book has come out better than I expected it to. The entire process has been a learning curve for me! I’ve had to learn how to format files properly for both Kindle and paperback versions, design a front, back and spine for the cover, and how to ruthlessly edit and proofread my own work. As most writers say, I could edit it forever but it’ll never be ‘perfect’! I am hoping that the book reaches the people who need it most.

You can buy the ebook through the following Kindle stores:

UK, US, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Japan, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Australia, and India.

And the paperback through these Amazon stores:

UK, US, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, and Japan.

You can find more information about Fragments here, and read an essay excerpt from the book here. The book links above include the ‘look inside’ feature so you can see the contents, and read the introduction.

I’m also on Goodreads, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter if you’d like to connect!

‘Imperfection is beautiful and a necessary aspect of human nature. Perfection is impossible. What should we strive towards instead? A greater understanding of and the growth of ourselves and the people around us is rooted in accepting imperfection, even celebrating it.’ – From Fragments: Essays and Philosophies.

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