ebooks

As a versatile digital media producer, I enjoy creating ebooks as they offer another way to tell a story or teach a few concepts in a ways that a website can’t including no distractions from popups and such. Well, as long as the notifications settings on your devices are turned off!

A Quick Guide To Podcasting

Part comic book, part survival guide, my 10-page book will help you get set up on your first podcasting endeavour. Or if you’re already podcasting, there may be a few new tips that will be helpful to you! My ebook stars Spud, the main character in my comic at superspud.com. Published in 2015.


Image of the cover of my book, Stuttering is Cool: A Guide to Stuttering in a Fast-Talking World

Stuttering is Cool

In 2015 I created the digital version of my book, Stuttering is Cool: A Guide to Stuttering in a Fast-Talking World, published the previous year. It’s available in the iBooks Store and Google Play. Details about my book at stutteringiscool.com.

Screenshot from the Super Spud iPad web app

iPad SuperSpud

In 2012, I collaborated with a friend on a proof-of-concept interactive comic book web app specially for the iPad. Featuring a continuing saga origin story starring the characters from superspud.com. If you are viewing this on an ipad, head on over to ipad.superspud.com to check it out. Best of all, it’s free!


The cover of my ebook with the very, very long title

You have the awesome ability to make positive changes to the lives of people all over the world via personal interaction through podcasts (and other social media tools)

YOU have the awesome ability to make positive changes to the lives of people all over the world via personal interaction through podcasts (and other social media tools) (yup, I gave it a long title) is my free ebook based on my presentation given at various digital media events in Canada about the benefits of using social media for self help and helping others. Originally published in 2009.


An image of 4 ebook covers

Digital culture themed covers for classic books

In 2011, I illustrated covers of four classic novels in the public domain using references to today’s digital culture. Then I packaged them into an ebook for free download. I also blogged about the creative process in creating the covers (as well as providing download links):