Late Summer Sale – No Missing Tools
It’s now four months since my book, No Missing Tools: Creativity In An Age Of Abundance came out. The reviews and comments have been great and it seems the book has made a positive impression with readers. But, I’d love to see more of you getting the book in your hands. I dug through my […]
It’s now four months since my book, No Missing Tools: Creativity In An Age Of Abundance came out. The reviews and comments have been great and it seems the book has made a positive impression with readers.
But, I’d love to see more of you getting the book in your hands. I dug through my experience, previous essays and reading to write No Missing Tools to help people like you feel more creative in your life and work, enhance you feelings of inspiration and build a more sustainable pattern of life. So, I’ve decided to make it easier for you to get your copy.
Give Your Creativity A Summer Boost!
First, I’m dropping the price on the digital version of No Missing Tools, from U$10, to U$1.99. Just head over to Gumroad before September 18 and you can pick up the digital pack (ePub, mobi & PDF) for this special price!
Buy No Missing Tools now for only $1.99!
Second, I’m offering the first chapter of No Missing Tools for free, if you sign up to my mailing list. Once a month I send out a special update, with links to the best of my writing, some curated content from around the web, updates on my work and special offers. Sign up, using the form at the bottom of this page and you will get the fist chapter of No Missing Tools today, for free.
What Is No Missing Tools?
No Missing Tools is my mantra, my manifesto and my attempt to answer the questions about art, craft and creativity that I’ve been asked over the last ten years, in countless conversations, dinners and coffee meetings. It’s not a lightweight eBook thing either, it’s a proper 60,000, professionally designed and edited book.
I’m fascinated by the way creativity has changed in the digital age. When I was young, so much of the knowledge and tools we needed to embark on creative projects were hard to find and expensive. But, with improvements in manufacturing, globalisation and the explosion on information on the internet, those old excuses, about missing tools and gaps in knowledge no longer apply.
The important questions become how do we adapt to the vastness of opportunity, find and sustain our creative focus. These are the questions I’ve tried to answer with No Missing Tools.
End Your Summer Well
These last weeks of Summer are a great time for reading, reflecting and deciding on what matters most for the rest of year (honestly, so is mid-winter, if you are having a cold, southern hemisphere July). I hope you take the opportunity to either buy the book at the discounted price, or check out the first chapter, by signing up to the mailing list below.