Secondly, I'm autoposting this SS entry today, because we've actually driven to Melbourne for the weekend. We try to do it at least once a year - about a 10-11 hour drive - to visit friends and to go to an "away" football match. The cat has been packed off to some friends for a short "holiday", and so by the time you read this we should be well and truly there.
I've posted a little less this week too, but since I've already posted over 270 times this year, that is not such a bad thing.
On the other hand, my blog hit 55,000 visitors since I started it last January (2008), and so far this year there have been 30,000 hits. There are 730 posts so far and 2330 comments. I have posted just over 1.3 posts a day.
This week's posts
- Forgotten Book: DEATH IN KASHMIR, M M Kaye
Forgotten Books is a project I participate in each week. These are often excellent crime fiction reads that have fallen off our radar. You can usually pick up a second hand copy very cheaply.
- Wordless Wednesday
- Reprise: Review, THE REDEEMER, Jo Nesbo
Another movie "mockup" using some online software to convert text to an interview.
- How could they do it?
Miss Marple trespassed into an Agatha Christie story in which she was not originally a character. On investiagtion I discovered it had happened before!
- ACRC Update - 6 July 2009
I've now read 12 Agatha Christie novels in the order in which they were published. This post is a roundup of my progress in the Agatha Christie Reading Challenge.
- Free Books Online
- What do Nadel, Rees, Moore and Cotterill have in common?
- Scandinavian Crime Wave
- Summer Sleuths - globetrotting with crime fiction
- Who best brings Hercule Poirot to life?
- now - THE GIRL WHO PLAYED WITH FIRE, Stieg Larsson
- in the car - LUCIFER'S SHADOW, David Hewson
- en route to Melbourne we are going to listen to SHATTER by Michael Robotham