Charles Williams is my favorite Inkling. He quite possibly may be my favorite author. One of the things I’m most proud of is that I have (I believe) all of his fiction as print books (cheap paperbacks, but whatever, you take what you can get). Someday I hope to meet Neil Gaiman and convince him to sign my copy of All Hallow’s Eve. My passion for Charles Williams is directly responsible, for good or for ill, for my latest fiction project.
… when I first got my tablet, one of the first things I did was start buying Williams’ work in ePub form. All of his fiction (at least, all the fiction I knew of) was available, except one title—All Hallow’s Eve. That was vexing.All Hallow’s Eveis one of his best books and is tied withDescent into Hellas my favorite.
Well, it’s still not available on the Nook store, which is too bad, because that’s where I bought all the others… but it’s available on Kindle, and now it’s mine.
I now have a complete set of Charles Williams fiction in eBook format! Whoo!
Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to be formatted very well. The right margin cuts off half of the last word. Hopefully it’s just an issue with my phone—the dimensions of my phone are a little different from most of the other phones on the market, the screen is thinner and taller than average—and it’ll display the way it should on my tablet.