Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Blowing My Trumpet ...

Goodness. Here's recognition! The Literary Saloon picked up the story about Malay literature selling phonomenally well nowadays and adds:
P.S. One of the great things about the Internet is the exposure to literary information from all across the globe. Weblogs such as Bibliobibuli offer fascinating stuff: learn about the Malay chain bookshop scene, for example .....
It's so nice to know that one's ramblings are useful to someone!

16 comments:

starlight said...

CONGRATULATIONS!!!! Am thrilled for you! Well done!

aneeta said...

WELL DONE!

Kak Teh said...

sharon, need I say it? because of yr blog I end up with more books spilling on to the floor! and not to mention the tips and guide.

Sham said...

Thunderous applause! You go girl!

dreamer idiot said...

Wow, that's great news...

Lydia Teh said...

*Pat on the back*.

Eternal Wanderer said...

Well done, Sharon! You've managed to put some sunshine back in the Malaysian literary scene!!

And btw, thanks for enlightening me about the true cause of Broken Mountain not being shown here... edited that post... :D

Jane Sunshine said...

Wow. You're a blogerity now. Cool.

Chet said...

*adding my congratulations to the ones already here*

Way to go, Sharon!

Anna said...

You sea, you are not lost at... see! All paths lead to Roam. Woman of little faith!

Anonymous said...

Indeed.

Walker said...

I'm surprised you're surprised. Yours is definitely one of the better quality literary blogs out there, updated on pretty much a daily basis, and managing to sustain a broad readership (if the comments are anything to go by) because your literary outlook is so diverse. You actually sustain my interest in the Malaysian book scene by writing about things relevant to my British reading life also.

bibliobibuli said...

thanks all for you nice comments ... spuring me to new heights i hope

Anonymous said...

.. and why's that a _Malay_ chain bookshop scene ?

bibliobibuli said...

anon - well spotted. i think the rest of the world has problems with un derstanding the difference between malay and malaysian

Anonymous said...

Hm, I should be an editor.. but then I'd just be competition. :)