30 September 2010

Agatha Christie Blog Tour 2010 - Day 30


Today our tour comes to an end with a post at Self-deprecating - Saro

When she volunteered Saro said  "I'd be curious to explore the dynamics of the relationships in AC's detective fiction in general."

Many thanks to all who have participated in the tour.
We have bounded from one great post to another and I hope many of you will proudly display the blog tour "badge" for a while at least.

Here again are the stops we made:
  1. Blog tour launch: MYSTERIES in PARADISE  - Kerrie
  2. Agatha Christie Mile
  3. Julia Mckenzie’s first on set interview as Miss Marple
  4. Read THE CAPTURE OF CERBERUS on line
  5. Dear Ms. Christie, I regret to say...
  6. A Library is a hospital for the mind - Sarah
  7. Caviglia's Cabinet of Curiosities
  8. Confessions of a Mystery Novelist - Margot
  9. Unfinished Person - Bryan
  10. Art Deco Inspiration
  11. David Suchet on the Orient Express
  12. Agatha Christie on AudioFile
  13. Miss Lemon's Mysteries - Elizabeth
  14. Mystery Fanfare - Janet
  15. Birthday celebration (special quiz) on Agatha Christie Carnival
    See also today's post at MYSTERIES in PARADISE for the birthday cake.
  16. The Game's Afoot - Jose Ignacio
  17. Poe's Deadly Daughters - Sandy
  18. Dial M for Marple
  19. Crime Scraps - Norman
  20. Overkill - Vanda
  21. Reactions to Reading - Bernadette
  22. Books Please - Margaret
  23. 2010: The Year in Books - Nancy
    Birdie's Nest - Birdie
  24. Endless Books - Beth
  25. Criminal Crafts - Shawn
  26. Books to the Ceiling - Roberta
  27. The Thrill of it All - Chris
  28. Joyfully Retired - Margot
  29. A Library is a hospital for the mind - Sarah
  30. Self-deprecating - Saro
In October we will resume the Blog Carnival, with the next edition due to be published around October 23.

6 comments:

Bernadette in Australia said...

Possibly no relationship exploration happening to round out the tour but there is a nice looking cake recipe which might be just what some Christie fan needs.

Regardless of this, the blog tour has been a resounding success and you are to be congratulated for organising and publicising and all the other -isings. Probably a good thing she only has one 120th birthday as I can see a month might have been a bit much work - perhaps a more low key event next year :)

NancyO said...

I have to agree with Bernadette. It's been a pleasure to go 'round and read the various blog posts this month. I appreciate all of the time and energy you've put into this Blog Tour -- Thank you, Kerrie! I have to say that I had a great deal of fun with my little piece of it.

Margot Kinberg said...

Kerrie - Thank you so much for arranging this tour. I know it's been a lot of work, but it's been terrific!

Vanda Symon said...

Thanks from me too for all the hard work Kerrie! Courtesy of you I have accidentally become an Agatha Christie Fan!

Margaret @ BooksPlease said...

Thanks from me too, Kerrie for all your efforts. It's been a most enjoyable month! Fantastic.

Kerrie said...

I really have enjoyed it too - and it has whetted my appetite for more Agatha Christie reading too.

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