Nick has been writing books for a decade now. Wait, no, he has been writing one book for over a decade. His style is difficult to describe - perhaps Catcher in the Rye meets Bill Bryson at closing time, or maybe stream of consciousness whilst nearly unconscious. Objectifying his writing is all subjective anyway.
The book he has written is largely based on actual stuff that happened when he was travelling round the world in 2003. It's not a tale that anyone needs to hear, it is profane and gaudy in places, and it's entirely self gratifying. Which is the beauty of self publishing.
He now lives in the Central Coast of News South Wales, Australia, with one wife, two kids and three cats. Times have changed.
by Nick Jago
Furry Tongue is the mostly true story of two young men travelling around the world in 2003. It's neither tasteful nor articulate, and it's certainly not something that I'll proudly be directing my children towards when they are old enough to read. But I tell you what - we gave the world a good lick, immortalised forever in words that some critics are referring to as 'nearly a book'.
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