Drifting and striding, in Hollywood and elsewhere, with Geoff Nicholson - author of The Lost Art of Walking, and Walking in Ruins withcholson, author of Toff Nidrifting and stomping withcholson, author of The Lost Art of Walking, considers the narrower and wider shores of obsessive pedestrianism.
Showing posts with label SHED OF SHAME. Show all posts
Showing posts with label SHED OF SHAME. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

WALKING SHAMEFULLY, PLACIDLY, AT OTHERS' SUGGESTION


Well here’s a thing.  Amazon, in all its algorithmic wisdom, sends me a reading suggesting:



Yes, I suppose that if I were looking for something in their Travel and Holiday Books store, then I just possibly might be interested in buying a copy of my own book, The Lost Art of Walking.  Then again, I could perhaps just walk across the yard to the shed of shame (per Michael Moorcock) and pick out a copy so I could re-read it “placidly, a quiet smile playing about my lips”  (per S.J. Perelman) .

Or not.