I hope you've had a good, productive reading week.
I've discovered through this week's poll (23 participants) that my TBR pile is not the highest in the world, indeed even among readers of this blog.
If you have more than 250 books sitting on your shelves, just waiting to be read, then you are in good company here. The home economists among us might do some calculations, multiply the number of books by the cost of one book and come up with a staggering amount, but that is just too depressing!
This week's poll
What did you do with the last book you finished reading?
There are 7 choices:
returned it to the lender; handed it on to someone else to read; returned it to the library; sold it at the used books shop; advertised it on Book Mooch (or similar); put it back on my shelves; other.
Do come in and vote!
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- First Tuesday Book Club - April 7 - The Private Patient
- New Stephen Booth title available: THE KILL CALL
- Crime fiction dominates the 2009 Galaxy British Book Awards
- Children's Book Council of Australia Awards Short List
- Various Irish book award shortlists
- 2009 Thriller Award Nominees Announced
- Weekly Geeks 2009-13: Be a Kid
- Review: PLAY DEAD, Richard Montanari
- Did Agatha Christie have Alzheimer's?
- Forgotten Books: Peter Corris' Cliff Hardy series
- Various short list nominations in crime fiction
- My March 2009 Reads
- Review: PANDORA'S DAUGHTER, Iris Johansen
- And the winner is...
- 24 hour readathon
- now - MURDER ON A MIDSUMMER NIGHT, Kerry Greenwood
- next - IRON HEART, Marshall Browne
- in the car - THE WHOLE TRUTH, David Baldacci
I made some changes yesterday on the site where I store my reviews to make it easier for people to browse my various lists.
I now have individual posts for
Searching for crime fiction reviews.
The customised Google search you will find at the very top right of Mysteries in Paradise now searches my site and about 120 others, so if you are looking for information about any crime fiction title you should be able to locate it.