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Hardbacks, paperbacks

 “The Narrow Road to the Deep North” by Richard Flanagan, which has just won the Man Booker Prize, is only available  in hardback at the moment in the UK. 420 more words


Tease Me Tuesday

I’ve seen this around so many Facebook pages and I had to add it to mine.  Today, I am highlighting some of the amazing works that grace my page.  119 more words

Elr Jones

Print Books Outsell eBooks In First Half of 2014

There is good news for all those who love ‘the book’ with all its comforting familiarity and solidity over the more ephemeral ‘eBook’, often referred to by those with a technological bent as, horror of horrors, ‘content’. 302 more words

The Pros and Cons of Paperbacks

Paperbacks are simultaneously the best and worst innovations in publishing ever.

On the one hand they are cheap, reasonably lightweight and relatively small so buying too many rarely leaves you with a space problem. 86 more words


Book Review: Drunkard's Walk, Frederik Pohl (1960)

(Nik Puspurica’s cover for the 1960 edition)

3/5 (Average)

Frederik Pohl’s best early SF was produced with his frequent collaborator C. M. Kornbluth—the most notable of which include the masterpiece… 918 more words

Science Fiction

American Style Book Haul

In which I show all the books I got in the US this summer.




The Self Publishing Gold Rush Is Over | Just Publishing

Maybe not so much a Gold Rush as Derek suggests, but a period of total madness at the feeding trough…

The Self Publishing Gold Rush Is Over | Just Publishing.