What better way to spend some quality time on this Adelaide Cup holiday weekend than to get some reading done?
Mind you, if I was at the races I'd have my Kindle or a book with me!
Reminder: you have a week left to participate in Do the Write Thing (until 19 March)
Do the Write Thing! is a charity raffle put together by Margot Kinberg at Confessions of a Mystery Novelist to raise funds for Christchurch, New Zealand earthquake relief.
Thanks to the generosity of 39 authors from around the world (Woot! Thank you!) you’ve got a chance to win signed copies of some wonderful books for just about every taste. Each winner will get a package of 3-4 titles.
To enter the raffle click HERE.
I've had a really good reading week actually: a mixture of books from the library, on the Kindle, and audio.
- 4.7, WHERE MEMORIES LIE, Deborah Crombie (12 Mar)
- 4.2, THE POCKET ESSENTIAL AGATHA CHRISTIE, Mark Campbell (11 Mar)- kindle
- 4.3, MURDER IS EASY, Agatha Christie (11 Mar)- kindle
- 4.6, SARAH'S KEY, Tatiana de Rosnay (11 Mar) -audio
- 4.0, MRS POLLIFAX, INNOCENT TOURIST, Dorothy Gilman (9 Mar)
- 3.8, MONSIEUR PAMPLEMOUSSE TAKES THE CURE, Michael Bond (8 Mar)
- 4.8, THE SWEETNESS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PIE, Alan Bradley (7 Mar)- kindle
- Read an e-book week March 6-12
- Crime Fiction Alphabet - I is for Icelandic crime ...
- Crime Fiction Alphabet 2011 - Letter I - week beginning 6 March
- Book Group Buzz: Best-of-2010 Megalist: Crime Fiction and Thrillers
- March is NZ Book Month
- Val McDermid - why Irish crime fiction is all the rage
- Calibre announces DRM free e-book collection
- Mystery & Crime Fiction Blog Carnival
- When I'm 64 - Book Blog Review Carnival
- now: FROZEN MOMENT, Camilla Ceder
- next: CROOKED LETTER, CROOKED LETTER, Tom Franklin
- then: COLD JUSTICE, Katherine Howell
- next on Kindle: THE JANUS STONE, Elly Griffiths
- next audio: THE DEVOTION OF SUSPECT X, Keigo Higashino
- current Agatha Christie - AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
I added side bar gadgets for some existing labels: library books, Kindle, audio books
This is actually quite easy to do: you just use the RSS feeds for the labels.
I already have some there for Friday's Forgotten Books, Reviews, Crime Fiction Alphabet and more.
As I add posts where I use those labels, then the little gadgets will update.