24 September 2009

Tribute to the Agatha Christie Blog Tourers

The purpose of this post is to thank those who took part in contributing to the Agatha Christie week blog tour. An event like that is only as good as the people who contribute and I was very pleased with such generous support.

I've created a "wall wisher" (using a lovely new tool I discovered last week) where you can not only see all the sites but contribute your messages - no log in required. Click on "post a sticky" to be taken to the wall itself (this makes it much easier to see all entries on the wall) or here is the link. (If you use IE6, there'll be a problem - sorry)

All the participants
13 September: Overkill
14 September: Reactions to Reading
15 September: Elizabeth at Miss Lemon Mysteries
16 September: Just A (Reading) Fool
17 September: Margot at Joyfully Retired
18 September: Crime Scraps
19 September: A library is a hospital for the mind...
19 September: Random Jottings of a Book and Opera Lover
20 September: Confessions of a Mystery Novelist
21 September: BooksPlease
22 September: Agatha Christie Quiz - here on MiP
23 September: ACRC Carnival #9


Anonymous said...

What a lovely idea, Kerrie! Thank you : ). I thoroughly enjoyed being a part of the tour.

Nigel James said...

There are so many Agatha Christie fan clubs online. Reminds me of the many Cigars online clubs that have sprung up. These are forums for people to discuss fine cigars. Given the fact that there are so many fine cigars, there is really a lot to discuss about.

Uriah Robinson said...

Thanks Kerrie for hosting this event and inspiring me to visit the Agatha sites.
Hopefully I will have a couple of more posts about my travels over the next few weeks.

Kerrie said...

Margot & Norman - the tour was great fun! Did you try leaving a sticky note on the wall?

Anonymous said...

Hi, Kerrie,
I did click on a couple of places on the wall, but, although I got to the different blogs (thanks for that!), I couldn't leave a sticky. Still, this is a great idea!


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