This is where you can find consolidated information about “Get Cosy – Finding comfort in every little thing.”
Get Cosy Introduction
Danish “hygge”, which is spoken like “hu-geh” in English, is a curious idea. In England it would be the state of cosiness in the broadest meaning of the word “cosy”, a feeling I grew up being intensely familiar with in the Lincolnshire countryside. It’s total cosiness, being in complete harmony with the people and environment that surrounds you. You are possessed by a feeling of “I am welcome here. I belong here. Everything is okay.”
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Book and Ebook Editions
I will endeavour to have Get Cosy published as widely as possible. If there is a publishing platform that you think would be a good fit that is missing, please leave a comment and sign up to the mailing list to get the latest release information.
While publishing as an ebook is easier, I am aware that some readers prefer to own a physical copy. I will therefore endeavour to provide options for physical versions of the book in addition to the digital versions.
Current Editions: (In alphabetical order with date added)
- Amazon Kindle | September 2017
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Get Cosy on Pocket Myriad
You will be able to read all of Get Cosy here on Pocket Myriad for free in serialised form as it is released, for as long as it stays online. If you would like a permanent copy then please consider a digital or physical edition.
The complete serialisation of Get Cosy is currently limited to 10% of the complete book by the rules of Amazon’s KDP Select program. If you’d like an email alert for when this period ends and the serialisation continues on Pocket Myriad, please sign up to the mailing list for release updates.
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If you get something of value from Get Cosy and you want to pay me for my efforts, I will provide opportunities for that, but you are under no compulsion to pay me anything for my work. Obviously, I will be extremely grateful if you do so anyway.
Buying a copy of Get Cosy may offer you greater pleasure and of course, it’s yours to read whenever.
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