Malcolm Campbell’s Book Bits Blog


Book Bits

Malcolm Campbell’s Book Bits Blog: Malcolm Campbell is one of the most intelligent people I have met online, one of the most prolific reader/reviewers, absolutely one of the best novelists (Jock Stewart and the Missing Sea of Fire, The Sun Singer, Sarabande) and one of the all-time great bloggers.

Book Bits

To add to his already remarkable list of blogs (Sun Singer’s Travels, Malcolm’s Round Table, Sarabande’s Journey, Morning Satirical News, and probably several I’ve forgotten), he’s now added Malcolm’s Book Bits and  Notions, where he collects and posts links to articles you would read if you knew they were out there to read.

He lists contests such as WOW! Women On Writing Fall 2011 Flash Fiction Contest, entry fee $10, deadline Nov 30, 2011, first place prize $350, 250 to 750 words, the number of entries is limited to 300.

He lists feature articles, such as Amazon Signs Up Authors, Writing Publishers Out of Deal – “ has taught readers that they do not need bookstores. Now it is encouraging writers to cast aside their publishers.”

He makes a note of reviews, such as Radioactive: Marie & Pierre Curie, A Tale of Love and Fallout by Lauren Redniss, reviewed by Jesse Kornbluth.

He gives us something to think of with viewpoints such as Privacy Policy, On the public commodification of privacy by Stefany Anne Golberg.

Why isn’t everyone bookmarking this site or following it? It’s one of the best book bits blogs out there. And of course, why wouldn’t it be? Malcolm Campbell runs the blog.

(Can you tell I’m a fan? You should be, too.)

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    Malcolm R. Campbell says

    Aw shucks, Pat, but thanks for the mention.


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    MalcolmCampbell says

    Two years later, Pat, and I’m still doing “Book Bits” and still appreciative of this introduction. There are times when I wonder if I want to keep doing it. But the thing is, the links I post are those that I’m reading anyway, so keeping a list isn’t a lot of hassle. It’s a way of sharing, I think. With the links, I’m like the kid in the library who finishes a great book and wants to nag everyone else to read it.


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