Merry Christmas, happy new year, etc etc and so forth.
Update: the giveaway's now over (congrats Don) but you can still get in touch to upgrade your Kindle book for a .pdf version. See below for details.
If you've noticed this blog's been looking a bit odd over the last few days, I've been fiddling around with templates and design stuff. I've tired of the 19th century wallpaper look and decided to have a spruce up for the new year.
I also have something that has never happened before - a plan for blog posts for the coming year. There'll be the usual random shenanigans, ranting and bad poetry (speaking of poetry, I entered Things in a competition and got shortlisted!) but there'll also be a set of pre-planned posts that will work together to make up something resembling a body of work.
As a little teaser, here's the sum total of my planning so far:
Yes, my handwriting's dreadful.
If you can tell what inspired that list of 36 prompts, leave the answer in the comments. Every correct answer gets a copy of the ebook version of Letters from Aspergia. No cheating! (Although I've got no way to check if you cheated or not, so you might as well.)
By the way - if you've bought the Kindle version of the book and would like to upgrade to the .pdf with illustrations, links, and none of Amazon's formatting weirdness, just drop me a line and I'll send you one for free. I'm not going to actually check that you've bought the Kindle version, I'm just running an honour system here. It works for selling pumpkins at the side of the road, so why can't it work for ebooks?