This week I downloaded a book about starting a “worm farm.” Yep, you read that right. I purchased an e-book focusing on the topic of designing, constructing, and running a farm that raises worms.
Isn’t that great ??
I think I can hear you right through the Internet going, “ewww. Why the hell would anyone be interested in that?” And the answer is that here in Kansas there are literally dozens of “underground” worm-fighting rings popping up across the state and I am interested is breeding little, wiggling champions.
Okay. Okay. That’s not entirely true. I have only ever seen one worm fight in my life – and I’m not quite sure they weren’t just mating. But the point is that I was looking for a book that was specifically targeting the subject of raising worms and I was able to find not just one, but several different books about worm farming when I searched Amazon.
Let’s face it, a whole lot has changed in the last few years brought on by new innovations in technology. And nowhere has that caused a bigger disruption than in the areas of writing and publishing.