As Father's Day approaches and the weather starts to suit reading in the great outdoors I look forward to seeing interesting pictures of people enjoying it.
The first email I got from somebody who'd read it was from a blind man whose Kindle had read it to him. "I listened when I was supposed to be working," he confessed. That aside, this one gets an award for speed reading.
Then there was this...Finished @davidhepworth 1971: his brilliant new book in one sitting. Best book on music so far this year. pic.twitter.com/WaZIwhYxil— John Gray (@JohnJosephGray) April 9, 2016
...and this...Well, that's just made my day. Total stranger just came up and said "I bought your book today."— David Hepworth (@davidhepworth) April 27, 2016
...and meet their loved ones.Weekend away - GLW is shopping so I can catch up on my reading. Thanks @davidhepworth for such a rollicking read. pic.twitter.com/IIOFyL49UO— Alan.Wallis (@AlWallis) April 10, 2016
Some are in a hurry.'1971 never a dull moment' brilliant book.Thanks @davidhepworth for writing it,ruining my sightseeing in Skye though pic.twitter.com/KVaJegbal7— Ray Dexter (@Ray_Dexter) April 13, 2016
I like this one.Powered through this in 2 days and probably broke Spotify in the process. Bravo @davidhepworth pic.twitter.com/6ANbedyRky— An Absolute Shower (@Jolly_Good_Show) May 4, 2016
It doesn't matter whether or not you were there in 1971.When you finish a book do you kiss the cover? I do. The looks I've just got on the Northern Line after finishing 1971 by @davidhepworth— Simon Love MBE (@simonloverules) May 6, 2016
As we were reminded only this morning.@davidhepworth what a great book. A must read for any popular music fan even if they were born after 1971. pic.twitter.com/VBSjY2ozjO— Matt Selby (@mallie1972) May 4, 2016
And did I mention this?Pleased to see @IvoGraham took some reading matter with him on @bbc5live #fightingtalk. pic.twitter.com/dMSErmqfEg— David Hepworth (@davidhepworth) May 7, 2016
How about a little fanfare? My 1971 book's in the Sunday Times bestsellers. pic.twitter.com/QSSgPyr9xV— David Hepworth (@davidhepworth) April 17, 2016