Stealing a peek at ‘The History of Ocean’.

When I got home from Revival Mini last night buzzing from sensory overload and my copy of The History of Ocean (software) in my hands, I’d promised myself that is was going to go straight onto the bookshelf, unread until the Christmas holidays when I could put my feet up, settle down into my cosy reading chair and indulge in a little Yuletide tipple with a cursory mince pie (or maybe a little blue cheese……..woo stomach is rumbling now!).

Unread yes, but I couldn’t help myself stealing a peek at the first few pages.

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I’m still over the moon that I was able to get my copy signed by many of the talented Ocean team that were visiting the event including Ocean boss Gary Bracey and book author Chris Wilkins & Roger M.Kean.

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Trying not to look too hard so the following shots might be a bit blurred 🙂

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Right, that’s enough of that for me but if you’d like to purchase you’re own copy of the book, you can do so via the following link. I’m not sure if it’s is a limited run so treat yourself now before it’s too late.

http://www.revivalretroevents.com/index.php/shopping/revival-books

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3 responses to “Stealing a peek at ‘The History of Ocean’.

  1. Hey Nicky, Money well spent sir, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.

    I thought that quitting cigarettes had been hard – easy compared to having the book on the shelf and fighting the urge to go read it before Christmas 😉

    Please apologise to your partner if I’ve become a bad influence…..or alternatively, buy them a c64…..they might be a sleeper retro gamer 🙂

    Take care

    StiGGy

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