Recently, there have been a number of selfie photos about. Nothing new in the concept; since a camera was light enough to be held at arms’-length, so-called selfie photos have been taken.
Here is one I took earlier – 1968.
Now, perhaps a variant could go the rounds. [See note below!]
A shelfie – photos of books written by the photographer. Here is my shelfie.
Shelfie of Nik Morton
Last Chance Saloon, hardback and large-print - out-of-print
Pain Wears No Mask, paperback out-of-print
The Prague Manuscript, paperback out-of-print
The Tehran Transmission, paperback out-of-print
Death is Another Life, paperback out-of-print
When the Flowers are in Bloom, paperback out-of-print
A Sudden Vengeance Waits, paperback out-of-print
Bullets for a Ballot, e-book (so I use a DVD box with cover here)
The $300 Man, hardback and large-print
Blind Justice at Wedlock, hardback and large-print
Old Guns, hardback and large-print
Assignment Kilimanjaro, paperback
Spanish Eye, paperback
Blood of the Dragon Trees, paperback
Write a Western in 30 Days, paperback
Where Legends Ride, paperback (co-editor)
A Fistful of Legends, paperback (editor)
The Traditional West, anthology
[Other anthologies I’ve neglected to put on this shelf – lack of room!]
Of course a good number of authors will have two or more shelves of their books. James Reasoner, David Whitehead and Robert J. Randisi spring to mind, but there are plenty of others. My wife Jennifer collects Clive Cussler’s books and this is quite a shelf, too, viz:
Talking about book-shelves, we have them in every room of the house, save the bathrooms.
Our home library
Western reference shelves
[Still to photograph: work area, which contains sci-fi, western, reference, general non-fiction… I'll book another time for that...]