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  • "The inability for so many people to disconnect from their laptops and phones and get outside is driving me crazy, so I wrote a novel about it." Let's talk Offline by Brian Adams. Reviews, interviews, think pieces and hype would be nice as well.

    As the universe inexplicably continues to chug along despite, or is it in spite, of the current state of the world, I'm really honored to support efforts to bring Offline by Brian Adams out into the wider world. To quote Brian from recent author spotlight at Dragonfly:

    "Offline is a YA romantic comedy about two spirited and spunky teenage girls. The novel’s focus this time is on cell phone and online addiction. Meagan, the heroine, is banished by her parents to her gay grandfather’s farm to deal with her “netaholism”, and a lot of the novel’s humor is Meagan and her bestie’s bumbling forays into the offline natural world. The inability for so many people to disconnect from their laptops and phones and get outside is driving me crazy, so I wrote a novel about it. It’s timely, it’s funny, and I hope it gets people (not just kids!) thinking about going offline."

    And what could be more wonderful than that? This book itself, which also couldn't be more wonderful, or timely. 

    Please let me know if you have any questions and/or are interested in reviewing the book, interviewing the author, writing think pieces or generally engaging in the hype we're looking to generate for this most timely of books. For much more on all things Offline please do go here.