. . . It was the official biography of Billy Bragg, Still Suitable For Miners, in 1998. It's since been updated twice and is still in print. But it was Where Did It All Go Right? that, in 2003, changed everything. I now seem to have written five books. You can read about them here.
Most authors put a direct link to Amazon. I have no problem with Amazon, but I'd rather leave it up to you how you buy them, if you buy them. I feel sad that bookshops are closing in our high streets, so popping into one now and again is a good idea. I believe we can live in a world with both. I buy online and from shops and I like it that way. Clicking "browse" is not browsing, is it? Also, there are other online booksellers.
(Thanks to Sarah Richardson, who took this picture in Waterstone's in Nottingham. Always nice to see them out in the wild.)