Monthly Archives: September 2009

Please support call for end to “GDP fetish”!

GDP takes no account of health, wellbeing or environmental criteria and even counts such things as expenditure on prisons as positive, so it is a daft criterion with which to measure progress, as France now recognises. With reference to this … Continue reading

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Alternatives to GDP suggested by Sarkozy – hooray!

I am not generally a fan of Sarkozy, but he has it absolutely right when it comes to the inadequacies of GDP.  Vive la France!  Nathaniel, the protagonist of the novel I largely wrote when I lived in Paris, would … Continue reading

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Reviews of the book of which I am most proud.

HOT NEWS (September 2011): I decided to republish this as an ebook. It is now available in multiple formats on Smashwords and Amazon.  The cover was designed by Kit Foster. The rights have reverted to me and the recent riots … Continue reading

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Publishing venture logo and publicising weeMAD Festival

Exciting news for me is that I now have the logo for my publishing venture, Synchrony Books. See it and read all about it. I have also been helping publicise the weeMAD Festival, to be held in Corrie, Arran, from … Continue reading

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