1. It's cutting edge. Come on! Travelling coast to coast in an all-terrain wheelchair (ATW) with just a Kit Kat and an extra pair of socks to help you out is, however you look at it, cutting edge. Here's how cutting edge it is!
2. It's got some maps in drawn by our good pal, Jonathan Smith of where2walk. Here he is.
3. It's written from the heart. It's authentic in so many ways. For us, it was almost like the start of a new life. Not just a new chapter. A new life. We hope others can see that. We hope it helps others.
4. It's full of spirit. It has to be. Not in the whisky sense. In the 'get up off your arse and get out there and do it' sense. Shortened to GUOYAAGOTADI. Easy to remember, easier to say.
5. It's full of really cool words. Whilst we haven't used floccinaucinihilipilification, antidisestablishmentarianism or buttocks, it does use words.
6. You may get lost without it. After all, we devised the route and have kept it pretty much top secret. Even we got lost once or twice and we wrote the book! Be smart. Don't get lost. Buy the book!
7. You'll be supporting two new writers. We've never done anything like this before and it's all very exciting. We hope you agree. And we hope you'll support us :o)
8. It's got some really cool photos in it. We're not professionals, but we reckon we caught the flavour of our journey travelling coast to coast with the photos. This isn't one of them. This one's too sinister.
9. It's fun. We had great fun planning the trek, great fun doing it and great fun writing it. We'd like you to share in that fun.
10. We'd like to buy a new home in either the Yorkshire Dales or Cumbria. If you'd like to support us in this mission, then please click this link and buy oodles of our lovely book :o)