Feel free to talk amongst yourselves while I mingle with your books ...
The bookcase is always the first place I gravitate to in other people's houses. While other folk are catching up on gossip or refilling their glasses in the kitchen, I'm to be found happily browsing the reading matter. Possibly this is a bit rude, but I'm shy and really bad at small talk.
But as e-books become ever more popular and new paper additions to the bookshelves grow scarcer, I find myself wondering whether it would be a breach of etiquette too far to ask if I might browse through the titles on my host's e-reader instead?
Available to browse (or buy) at http://http//www.amazon.co.uk/Great-Rosette-Robbery-stories-ebook/dp/B005NVRJKK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1330432404&sr=8-1