The Imagination Thief‘s 120 mini-chapters are being unrolled on Wattpad (1-98) and Wattpad (99-120), in sync with the unrolling of the video-book and audio-book versions of those 120 mini-chapters via Tumblr. Links to those Tumblr and Wattpad postings are also appearing here at https://www.rohanquine.com/home-the-imagination-thief-novel/audiobook-tumblr-wattpad/.
Despite the above roll-out of text and accompanying audio-visual fun, the best thing of all is of course to snap up a copy of the ebook itself, because the ebook includes all the above material inside the text itself — and at a mere snip of a price. Luckily, this can easily be done via https://www.rohanquine.com/buy/.
And if you get a bit of pleasure from The Imagination Thief, either via the above links or from the E-Book itself, then many warm thanks from me to you, for any good words you may perchance feel moved to tap out, at whatever online retailer it came from.
Below are screen-captures of 13 of the 132 media compilations posted at Tumblr.
The Imagination Thief has now landed on Facebook…
The Imagination Thief has arrived on Goodreads:
The full novel in ePub format (i.e. for all devices and e-reading software except Amazon’s), ISBN 978-0-9574419-0-3, is at
goodreads.com/book/show/17284537-the-imagination-thief, where you can buy it and also read Parts I-III of it online.
The full novel in Kindle/Amazon format, ISBN 978-0-9574419-1-0, is at
goodreads.com/book/show/17284514-the-imagination-thief, where you can buy it and also read Parts I-III of it online.
Just Part I by itself (with all the front matter) in ePub format, ISBN 978-0-9574419-0-3, is at
goodreads.com/book/show/17284652-the-imagination-thief, where you can read it online and also download it freely.
A few new links:
A bit of fun on Vimeo…
A bit of fun on Google Photos…
And on YouTube…
My page on Amazon.com (including some of these video shenanigans here on rohanquine.com)…
My page on Amazon.co.uk…
Some new posts on Tumblr…
Facebook and Goodreads, up next.
I recorded the audio for this while standing in my hot-water tank closet, with the door closed and a carrot up my bottom, as you can probably hear, but no matter: with a sober focus on the most vapid end of this site, the following compilation video shows me flitting about in silly outfits, hogging the camera and saying a few well-chosen words in various films and TV shows in New York, from Zoolander and Oz on downwards. Great acting it wasn’t, but fun it was—for me at least.
Or as stills only…
Some novels aren’t complete without a reassuringly pretentious little chunk-ette of literary theory attached
Some novels aren’t complete without a reassuringly pretentious little chunk-ette of literary theory attached, to tell us whether they’re worth what their author says (and let’s face it, we can’t trust that) or whether they’re just a puff of hot air. Indeed, what is all this stuff here worth? Is it complex, original, both timely and timeless? Is it all wind and piss? To answer these questions, I have not flinched from putting myself at the cross-hairs of some dangerously conceptual analysis, in the following video called “A proliferation of lenses”, in order to bring you the truth about Video-Books and Films living inside E-Books of novels about eyes and lenses and self-images… Yes indeed, it’s the Sartre-explains-Genet literary-critical truth. Perhaps.