You must read our anthology of romances with a difference. Although written by five authors, four of the stories are by Eric Witchey and it is he who heads the list of authors. It was published this week and is for sale in the Amazon/Kindle bookstore. These romances take place in a variety of settings, […]
Obviously no-one can fully predict the future of the ebook or reading trends but we can consider various aspects which may influence them. Availability and price: When a product is mass produced, made readily available and cost effective, it becomes easy to sell. Car production in the 60s and 70s is an example of this. […]
Where are we going? I’ve asked this question of writers, publishers and editors. It seems there’s a very pessimistic view of the future of reading and book production. When ebooks came to the fore, we all said that this is the future of book production. I still believe that’s right but it’s having long term teething problems.
How do electronic books compare with paper or hard backed books? This is a subject of much discussion and often violent disagreement. It depends on how much is read and what the reader wants out of a book. Here are a few thoughts.
“Neighborhood Tales” by E. E. Marshall has just been published. It’s a must for a relaxed evening in front of the fire, a holiday in the sun and those times when you want to drain away the tension of the day. It depicts a variety of characters, young and old, their lives and their aspirations.
Ghosts, Trolls and Werewolves has been republished with an exciting addition. “The Defender”, a new, previously unpublished story of the same genre is included in this unusual science fiction book. Like many of Malcolm’s stories, “The Defender” intrigues the reader until its last, unexpected ending. For sale in the Amazon/Kindle bookshop.
Aftermath tells the stories of those who survived a virulent plague which destroys 99.99% of the human race. They were written as part of a legacy to be passed onto future generations – so no-one forgot or lost remembrance of the old world. Otto’s story illustrates the issues to be faced with the rebuilding of a community.
Malcolm Cowen’s new novel, has now been published and is for sale on the Amazon/Kindle website. We invite you to read it and to submit stories of your own, written on the same theme, which will be published as the sequel to ‘Aftermath’.