Where I grew up there was no TV; it was inevitable I would be an avid reader. For as long as I can remember I have loved to write: letters home from boarding school, stories for the school magazine, academic papers, poems and short stories. Over the last twenty years most of my writing has been dominated by my day job, resulting in numerous articles, papers, chapters and non-fiction books. Now I am dedicating my writing to fiction and am finding the time to create and revise a number of full length fiction projects.
My non-fiction books were originally published by the UK Publisher Kingsham Press. As these are selling through their print runs and becoming out of print, they are being transferred to print-on-demand as well as ebooks. Various formats are available. I am curious about the impact of technology on writers; do we write differently for audiobooks or for the screen format of an ebook?