There are a few things you can do on my blog this week.
** My Weekly Geeks post celebrates the 50th anniversary of the publication of TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD by Harper Lee.
Have you read it? When? How did it affect you?
Come into my blog, take the poll, and leave a comment.
** I've been playing with a new web 2.0 tool called AnswerGarden.
I have 2 examples running for you to try.
What is the best crime fiction title you've read this year?
Come in with your choice for this year and add it to the garden.
Mentor a Newbie, suggest an author list - crime fiction of course
If someone asked you for a recommendation for a crime fiction author to look for, who would you suggest?
Make your suggestion in my garden.
** Do you read Agatha Christie novels? or watch Agatha Christie films? How about writing a blog post about them?
Put your hand up for the celebratory Agatha Christie blog tour in September
There are tour stops available so think about when it would suit you to host a stop on your blog.
Read some of my blog posts from this week:
- Review: THE SHOOTING IN THE SHOP, Simon Brett
- Interesting picture emerging
- Weekly Geeks 2010-25: Author Picture Quiz - all is revealed
- Forgotten Book: THE DIRECTOR, John Gardner
- Put your hand up for the celebratory Agatha Christ...
- Audio Book Challenge Update #6
- Review: THE REUNION, Simone Van Der Vlugt
- Review: DOUBLE VISION, Pat Barker - audio
- Eye Candy - book sculpture
- Remarkable achievements #1
- Ned Kelly Awards at MWF Sept 3
- 2012 National Year of Reading in Australia
- Stieg Larsson Sells More Than A Million Kindle eBooks
- Man Booker longlist includes Peter Carey and Christos Tsiolkas
- Top Crime Writers head to Norwich, Sept 2
- Celebrated authors bypass publishing houses to sell ebooks via Amazon
- 2010 CWA Gold, Fleming & Creasey awards shortlists
- 2010 Agatha Christie Blog Carnival #7 posted
- THE DARKEST ROOM wins International Dagger
- Is 2010 the year of the e-book reader?
Kerrie - I like these summaries very much : ).
You have a lot going on and it all looks so interesting.
Thoughts in Progress
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