Tag Archives: Chris Cleave

Another Chance to Win a Flipback!

This week I’m giving away another flipback book, courtesy of Arthur van Keulen of Jongbloed BV, the Dutch publishing company that created the innovative pocket-sized format. If you don’t know about these books yet, click on the “flipback” category on … Continue reading

Posted in Books, Contest, Fiction, Flipback, Reading | Tagged , , , | 13 Comments

Could Someone Get Used to Reading Flipbacks All the Time?

After writing so many posts about flipback books, I read two of them in a row this summer–first the amazingly complex and beautiful “Cloud Atlas” by David Mitchell, then “The Other Hand” by Chris Cleave. I hadn’t read either author … Continue reading

Posted in Books, Fiction, Flipback, Reading | Tagged , , , , | 9 Comments

The Flipback Bookmark: Some Photos of “The Other Hand”

Due to popular request, here are a few more flipback pictures, including some of the tiny and oh-so-useful bookmark courtesy of Arthur van Keulen of Jongbloed BV, the Dutch publishers of the dwarsligger. And congratulations to Sarah of handstitch, who … Continue reading

Posted in Books, Flipback | Tagged , , , , | 5 Comments

My Flipback and Yours? Announcing a Giveaway!

The “Cloud Atlas” flipback I ordered from England arrived recently, and it was totally worth the wait. Even better, some complimentary copies from Arthur van Keulen, international marketing manager of Jongbloed BV, appeared on my doorstep this past Friday. What … Continue reading

Posted in Books, Contest, Flipback, Reading, Writing | Tagged , , | 22 Comments