What do you gain from reading eBooks?

digitaltrends.com I promised to balance a previous post on The Joy of a Bookshop with a look at the advantages of reading eBooks, so here it is. Much as I love browsing through bookshops and holding a physical book, turning its pages and enjoying the cover and the scent of the paper, I am currently reading … Continue reading What do you gain from reading eBooks?

The Joy of A Bookshop

There are current and heated debates about paperbacks versus eBooks in every crevice of the book-loving community, and for good reason. Some fear the closure of many and, possibly in the future, all bookshops, but I believe and hope that this will not be the case. I posted a while about about library finds and … Continue reading The Joy of A Bookshop

Library Finds and Old Books

My Father arrived on a flight from the UK last week armed with a selection of books which were being sold from a library. Among them were The First English Dictionary 1604 by Robert Cawdrey, Plain Words: A Guide to the Use of English by Ernest Gowers (1948), and The Meaning of Everything: The Story … Continue reading Library Finds and Old Books

Two New Short Story Publications

It has been encouraging to receive such a positive response to my first published short story, The Bench. Take Me to the Castle is continuing to sell well, both in paperback and eBook formats. Several readers have been asking when the next short story will be released. I am pleased to announce the publication of two short stories: … Continue reading Two New Short Story Publications

Book Release: ‘Take Me to the Castle’ by F.C. Malby

Today is the release of my debut novel, 'Take Me to the Castle.' You can buy it on Amazon in paperback and on kindle. It can also be ordered in bookstores from January 2013. Thank you for following my blog so far and I am enjoying your comments and your own posts. I wanted to … Continue reading Book Release: ‘Take Me to the Castle’ by F.C. Malby