People sometimes like to think a book will solve all their problems.
That’s why I wrote Stone Age Secrets – maybe it will solve mine.
I have no idea if it will unravel yours but I do know that:
- I wrote it;
- Merridy Pugh, erudite editor-at-large, managed to refine my ravings with skill, grace and humor. Also, the Nature chapter benefits immensely from her delightful picnic piece;
- My brilliant, tech-savvy sister Sue wrestled expertly with InDesign and produced a far more eye-catching and readable book than I could have contrived;
- It exhumes the best bits of the Stone Age, serves them tea and scones, updates them on humanity’s dubious post-prehistoric exploits and then ejects them into the modern world;
- It is short and easy to read;
- It costs less than a soy chai latte;
- It features an eclectic, wholefood recipe section with glorious photographs; and
- It somehow manages to incorporate today’s zombie zeitgeist. (I don’t quite know how that happened, but it might have something to do with watching The Walking Dead while I wrote the first draft.)
It will be available on Amazon in its updated, revised and expanded second edition shortly.