I went to KL's International BookFair today hoping to get myself books that are not normally sold in bookstores. But as it turned out, almost all the books sold there were school books and university reference books. The only interesting thing that happened was I met Raja Nazrin, the Raja Muda of Perak. He was very casual and didn't tour around the bookfair with an entourage like I expected.
Hampa dan sedih, I went to KLCC's Kinokuniya so I won't go back empty handed. Kinokuniya by far has the best selection of fictional books in Malaysia.
My affair with novels started 5 years ago. Now I bring a novel everywhere I go like...
when I work,
I got so many novels that I sold them every year in KAED Fest. Now since I haven't got to sell them anymore, I've to bring around 10 kilos of books during vacations (when I have to vacate my room)
So to lighten my load,I figured I might as well sell them online. I'm a firm believer of Book Karma. Book Karma is the cycle of books. I don't believe in keeping books for keepsake except for informative books. So I'm starting a humble blogshop so I can sell hand-me-down books. Then I can use the money to buy new novels!
So if you're interested to read books that is half the price but with stories untainted and unstained with age, visit afiqsells.