The end of the month, or rather the beginning of a new one is always a busy time on my blog, so in the last week I have had 9 blog posts.
In general though, this year, I've managed one a day, so the yearly total at this stage is 306 with 58 days to go, and just 30 for October.
I've read a few shorter books recently hence I've reviewed 3 in the last week. I can highly recommend those I've read by Shamini Flint and A.C. Baantjer in particular.
I've been running some memes, the Crime Fiction Alphabet in particular. We are at the letter Y this week, so just one to go.
The Agatha Christie Reading Challenge rolls on. I think I am two thirds of the way through.
Crime Fiction Pick of the Month has proved to be popular with fellow bloggers and a good key to books to look for.
- October 2012 Agatha Christie Blog Carnival
- Review: INSPECTOR SINGH INVESTIGATES: A CURIOUS INDIAN CADAVER, Shamini Flint
- What I read in October 2012
- Forgotten Book: THE SCARLATTI INHERITANCE, Robert Ludlum
- Crime Fiction Pick of the Month October 2012 - a meme
- Review: DEKOK AND THE GEESE OF DEATH, A. C. Baantjer
- Crime Fiction Alphabet 2012 - X is for EXPERT WITNESS, P. D. James
- Review: AFTER THE FUNERAL, Agatha Christie
- Crime Fiction Alphabet: the letter X