‘s country home. No idea why the book was siphoned into teen fiction through Amazon’s logarithms, three years after publication, but one of my motivations for writing the book (and in a certain way), was to do my own small bit in the struggle against male sub-literacy, and the perennial problem of young men not reading enough, or not reading at all. In part, this was a story I’d written for that lingering sense of myself as a younger reader. It was also written at a time in my working life as an editor, when I was told, in a Virgin Books publishing meeting, not to bring any more proposals into the room that were not specifically about female aspirations as men didn’t read anymore. I went home and put modern men in the woods with an old black goat.
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