Warren uses his vast life and work experience — from the kitchen to the studio, the agency to the classroom — for our collective benefit.
His website design (he is a practitioner and a teacher) is inspired by his background as a sculptor. To say he loves chocolate is an understatement.
Warren enjoys teaching small business owners how to be successful online — by tapping into their creativity.
Art and Digital are spaces that should be both inclusive and accessible. This idea influences Warren’s entire philosophy.
Contact Warren per email at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit his author page on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Warren-Laine-Naida/e/B0045B4WH2
Books and Articles
In addition to his regular blog articles, Warren writes weekly articles for clients in the UK, USA, and Germany on a variety of topics, including food, health, travel, and tech.
Along with his book, “Art in Chocolate“, a collection of recipes, chocolate sculptures, and short stories, Warren brings us two novels: “The University Club” and the sequel, “Not Now, Katrin“. The third part of this series, “A Wrinkle in the Glass” is slated for release in December 2021.
Warren released “Digital Thinking” in 2020, in both English and German, and followed that with a three-book series written together with Bridget Willard. “The Online Marketing Book You Need” series’ first book for Small Businesses, was followed by a book for Nonprofits. The third book in the series, for Schools, is slated for release in December 2021.
Interviews and Community Websites
Video Excerpts from the Books
A Wrinkle in the Glass (Dec 2021)
Digital Thinking (DE) (Dec 2020)
Not Now, Katrin (Oct 2020)
Digital Thinking (Aug 2020)
The University Club (Apr 2020)
Art in Chocolate (Mar 2009)
Online Marketing for Small Business (Mar 2021)
Online Marketing for Nonprofits (July 2021)
Video Interviews and Podcasts
Digital Thinking with Rob Cairns
Digital Thinking with WPBlab
Online Marketing for Small Business with Annabelle Deissler
The University Club with Annabelle Deissler
What Readers are Saying
Yes, an enjoyable read, take away the word digital and you have a great book about thinking, with some timely, witty social commentary thrown in. … There is plenty of valuable website and online marketing advice in here and I’m thankful that Warren took the time to share it with us.David Mayerlen about “Digital Thinking”
I spent 33 years owning a small manufacturing company. Some of this is over my head but if I was younger and still employed; your book would certainly give me guidance. Thank you for a marvelous easy to read book. I will be recommending it to others.Stan Carter about “Online Marketing for Small Business”
I don’t think “unique” comes close as a descriptor of this exceptional visual experience. This book seems to come at the reader from several directions at once.Michelle Fenns about “Art in Chocolate”
It’s like ‘Lucky Jim’ and ‘Kitchen Confidential’ were sliced up and baked together in a pie. A delicious and unexpected combination.Jasper Meyers about “The University Club”
Without revealing too much of the plot, this novel was a great escape for this nonfiction reader. I was swept away by Kathy and her inner dialogue. It reminded me a lot of “The Mermaid Chair” by Sue Monk Kidd. I recommend this highly. It’s easy to read, consuming, and a great distraction right now.Bridget Willard on “Not Now, Katrin”