Prime Logging Off By Nick Spalding – Intimatenights.co.uk

Logging Off From Bestselling Author Nick Spalding Comes A Laugh Out Loud Story About Getting Offline And Getting On With LifeAndy Bellows Is In A Right State Plagued With Insomnia, Anxiety And Neckache, He S Convinced There S Something Seriously Wrong With Him And The Worst Thing Is That His Doctor Agrees The Diagnosis Andy Is In The Grip Of A Self Destructive Addiction To Technology He Just Cannot Put That Bloody Mobile Phone DownTexting, Tweeting, Gaming And Online Dating Technology Rules Andy S Life His Phone Even Monitors His Bowel Movements So How Will He Cope When He S Forced To Follow Doctor S Orders And Step Away From All Of His Beloved Screens From Having To Leave The Flat In Search Of Food Like Some Kind Of Neanderthal To Engaging In Conversations With Actual People, Andy S About To Discover Just How Bewildering And Scary The Analogue World Can BeAnd When His Sixty Day Detox Hits The Headlines Making Him A Hero To Suffering Technophiles Everywhere Andy Is Sorely Tempted To Pack It All In And Escape In The Nearest UberCan He Get Himself Out Of This Mess, And Work Out How To Live A Better, Technologically Balanced Life Without Consulting Google Even Once


About the Author: Nick Spalding

Nick Spalding is an author who, try as he might, can t seem to write anything serious Before becoming a full time author, he worked in the communications industry, mainly in media and marketing As talking rubbish for a living can get tiresome for anyone other than a politician , he thought he d have a crack at writing comedy fiction with a very agreeable level of success so far, it has to be said Nick has now sold over two million books including a million books sales withPublishing alone This flabbergasts him every single day.Nick lives in the South of England with his lovely and extremely patient wife He s now in his mid forties and is rather annoyed at the universe about it, because it gave him no choice in the matter He s also addicted to Thai food, still thinks Batman is just about the coolest thing on Earth, and has a dreadful singing voice Nick is always happy to hear from people who like his work It keeps his fragile ego glued together for a little bit longer If you d like to get in touch, here s how you can do it Nick s Twitter Feed NickSpaldingNick s Facebook page www.facebook.com NickSpaldingAuthorNick s website www.nickspalding.com



10 thoughts on “Logging Off

  1. JEN A JEN A says:

    This is a must read book for anyone who has found themselves spending just a little too much time on the Internet basically all of us The main character Andy is a normal run of the mill guy who comes to realize that he s really not living a full life by being so obsessed with social media The situations that Andy finds himself in are hilarious but also thought provoking The gre


  2. Peter Peter says:

    RebalancingIn our world of instant communications, information overload, connected devices and online communities have we become slaves to the relentless appetite of the internet Are we addicted to data Nick Spalding has a formula for taking many of these real world and often sensitive issues and building an entertaining and thought provoking story around it In Logging Off Nick p


  3. PamG PamG says:

    LOGGING OFF by Nick Spalding is classified as British humor and satire There is some humor and satire in it so that seems to fit Andy Bellows is a freelance graphic designer that is afflicted with headaches, neck aches, insomnia, muscle aches and gastrointestinal issues With the help of his phone and tablet, he tries to self diagnose himself, but ends up going to the doctor The doc


  4. Brandice Brandice says:

    Andy is addicted to technology, using it in some form or another for just about every aspect of his life I was exhausted by his use of apps in the first chapter alone After a rough day, Andy experiences severe physical symptoms which lead him to believe something is wrong Of course his online research confirms death is looming, so he makes a doctor s appointment, at which his doctor


  5. Amanda Amanda says:

    Andrew is obsessed with Facebook, Twitter and is constantly looking at his phone and playing computer games He visits his doctor regarding his health conditions, after googling and jumping to the conclusion that he has Cancer The Doctor advises to have a Digital Detox This sounds easier than what it is, nolooking at weather apps before going out and even ordering food online is now a n


  6. JEN A JEN A says:

    This is a must read book for anyone who has found themselves spending just a little too much time on the Internet basically all of us The main character Andy is a normal run of the mill guy who comes to realize that he s really not living a full life by being so obsessed with social media The situations that Andy finds himself in are hilarious but also thought provoking The great takeawa


  7. Mark Mark says:

    At times hysterically funnyAt other times irritating as Andy needs to log off from the internet and social media and get his life in order, this all comes to a head when he goes to sell his wares as a graphic designer to a hip and happening company, to say he has a meltdown is an understatement and he decides after a trip to the Dr s that giving it all up is for himThe book then charts his


  8. The Cats’ Mother The Cats’ Mother says:

    This is about the fifth book I ve read from this author, having loved my first, Dry Hard, and the rest progressively less There s definitely a formula neurotic Everyman takes on a daunting challenge while being followed by some form of media, discovering heart warming home truths and usually love in the process.There s also generally a combination of distinctly puerile comedy and a serious t


  9. Ian Ian says:

    This entertaining little fictional story tells of the ups and downs of one man s attempt at coping with everyday life without relying on the use of modern day technology and all its trappings No smartphones, no apps, no ipads, no laptops, no internet Forget your bloggers, trollers, tweeters and vloggers all are gone yes, in short a total digital detox The catalyst for change Ill health brought


  10. Melissa Borsey Melissa Borsey says:

    Overall this was a cute and humorous read that was also excessively wordy in parts and I found myself skimming at times I thank Netgalley for the opportunity to read and review this book.


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