My reading seems to have slowed down a bit this week, although there's been a lot happening on the blogging front.
Currently I'm running a poll about e-reading and you have 6 more days to take part. The poll is in the right hand column.
Last Monday 1 August we began the meme Crime Fiction on a Euro Pass
Tomorrow, August 8, we move on to Spain/Portugal.
Just check on the blog tomorrow. Your participation in the 12 week meme can be occasional if you like.
This week the Ned Kelly Awards shortlist was released and I for one was disappointed at the omission of some big contenders, in particular Adrian Hyland's GUNSHOT ROAD.
- Do you like your cozies?
- Forgotten Book: THE KILLINGS AT BADGER'S DRIFT, Caroline Graham
- Do you e-read? If so, on what? Take a poll
- Review: EVIL UNDER THE SUN, Agatha Christie
- Summer Sizzles with Imajin Books' this August: Scavenger Hunt
- My July 2011 crime fiction reads
- Crime Fiction on a EuroPass - Victoria Station, England
- Nick Earls turns to crime fiction
- Interview with Michael Robotham
- Ned Kelly Award short list a disappointment
- next Australian - BEREFT, Chris Womersley
- next from library: THE GOLDEN MILE TO MURDER, Sally Spencer
- now on Kindle - THE COSY KNAVE, Dorte Hummelshoj Jakobsen
- next on Kindle - BLUE MONDAY, Nicci French
- now on audio - STILL MIDNIGHT, Denise Mina
- next Agatha Christie: N or M?
If so you will be interested in Plans to celebrate Agatha Christie's birthday and the invitation to you to participate.