My new book – The Teas That Bind – is available for download!
Surviving earthquakes, one brew at a time.
The book comprises posts written for ten minutes hate since the Great East Japan earthquake struck on 11 March 2011, along with emails, tweets and status updates sent over the last year. There are photographs – some you may have seen before and some exclusive to The Teas That Bind – along with plenty of new material about what happened on the day, how fundraising efforts came together for #quakebook and how I became a volunteer with It’s Not Just Mud in Tohoku. It is my attempt at answering the question ‘what was it like?’
Copies are available at Amazon and Smashwords.
Please don’t worry if you don’t have an e-book reader – you can download a free Kindle application to read it on any computer, or Smashwords can make it available for you as a PDF. If you really can’t do without pages to turn, then – never fear! – a print version is on its way.
My thanks to all the talented people who have helped me make The Teas That Bind look and read as well as it does. I hope you enjoy the book!
You’re doing a print one as well! Superb.