Tag: publishing

Republishing my other backlist

Yeah, it’s been a while. And that’s the point, really: when you get to my, uh, advanced age, you kinda find there’s quite a bit of legacy piling up behind you… some of which is worth revisiting from time to time.

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Setting up for ebooks on EA blogs

I’m currently sifting through my past blog-posts of the past five years or so, with a view to republishing some of them in ebook-format, to make them more accessible in a more convenient and more portable form. So far there

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Yabbies – a novel

Happy to announce that I’ve at last gotten round to publishing my sort-of-novel Yabbies. Hooray! 🙂 (I perhaps ought to say ‘completed and published’, but as you’ll see, ‘completing’ isn’t quite the right word, since much of the content is

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About the PEAF book

I’ve just finished editing yet another book on enterprise-architecture, and set up its production via my Tetradian Books publishing setup. But you won’t see it on the site, and in fact it may never be published as such in its

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New book 'Everyday Enterprise-Architecture' now available on Amazon

Everyday Enterprise Architecture, the latest book in my Tetradian Enterprise Architecture series, is now available on Amazon: ‘Everyday Enterprise Architecture‘ on Amazon.com ‘Everyday Enterprise Architecture‘ on Amazon.co.uk Note that Amazon have an unfortunate habit of listing print-on-demand books as ‘out

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'Wombat & Cockie' script published

I’ve now published the annotated version of my film-script ‘Wombat & Cockie‘ in book-form – see the Tetradian Books website here for the book-info, and here for the free-download PDF e-book. Set in the drug-gangs culture of present-day Melbourne, it’s

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Lightning Source lives up to its name

A very definite “Thank you” to POD printers Lightning Source, who’ve not only turned round my new book The Service-Oriented Enterprise in the startling time of just under four days from first uploading the initial source-files to the first box

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The pleasure of holding a new book

There’s something special about holding a brand new book for the first time… The first set of Silos came back from print-on-demand providers Lightning Source today – impressed, as I hadn’t expected them to deliver before Christmas. Quite odd, really

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Publishing via IT Governance

Forgot to mention that a couple of weeks back I finalised an agreement with IT Governance Ltd for on-selling my Tetradian Enterprise Architecture Series books. That includes both print editions and e-book editions (which is why I pulled the full

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A bit dispirited

Once again been brought face to face with my failings as a theorist, a writer, a publisher, in some senses even as a human being. Just had another really solid reminder that I don’t fit here, in any sense –

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