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bio website andrewwelch.info
location London
age 31
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seen Jan 20 at 10:06
  • I studied MA Design Critical Practice at Goldsmiths University in London.
    • I work as a developer at Viacom in London.
    • I founded a cycling community and mountain bike guided tour company in Georgia called Georiders.
    • I cycled from England to India, and across Mongolia.
    • I wrote a book about my cycling journeys called 'Weave of the Ride'.
    • I make stuff, write books, enjoy photography, and teach.
    • My personal website is www.andrewwelch.info
    • My code-related website is http://www.codebloc.co.uk/

Oct
11
comment Not happy with format of self-published book. How to proceed?
good point taken..
Jul
23
comment How to put on a book launch?
Hi, I have created a page weaveoftheride.com/weave-book-launch, so you can see how I have approached my own question.
Mar
14
comment Not happy with format of self-published book. How to proceed?
I understand, but I'm not sure about this 'pretty good' business. If I am spending the time writing a book, surely the publishers understand that I want it to be a nice object. You should never judge a book by its cover (or paper quality), but that saying exists for a reason, precisely because thats what people do. People often buy books just because of the format. I think its a real gap in the market for self-publishers.
Mar
13
comment Not happy with format of self-published book. How to proceed?
let us continue this discussion in chat
Mar
13
comment Not happy with format of self-published book. How to proceed?
Thanks. Can you please describe in more detail its format and qualities?
Mar
12
comment Not happy with format of self-published book. How to proceed?
Well do you have one, for the sake of being constructive?
Mar
12
comment Not happy with format of self-published book. How to proceed?
I presume they are much of a muchness. If the major ones like Createspace and lulu cant provide what is needed?
Mar
10
comment How to include photos in my Scrivener book?
Some good points there.
Jan
26
comment What software do you use for writing and then structuring a book?
Is this common knowledge about Scrivener then? I can't believe there isn't any alternative that actually focusses on the structure of text. Indesign is a complete pain to use unless all the content and structure are finalised. Don't you think?