Fear in Writing: Sunday Foreign Post Roundup

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Sunday, February 21, 2010

Sunday Foreign Post Roundup

As you all know, I didn't spend much time in the blogosphere this past week.  But I did read a few posts that stood out in my mind, and I'm bringing back a few from the week before that were bumped because of Valentine's Day and my guest spot at Thoughts in Progress.

From newest to oldest (approx.), here we go...

1.  Stephen Tremp throws a party!  Click and add your blurb.

2.  See how one author broke the rules, and read this great post on Corra McFeydon's from the desk of a writer.  (There's a twist!)

3.  A blog that continues to fascinate and educate this writer, this post combines exploration and Hollywood.  Don't miss it!

4.  Another from Murder is Everywhere--a new-to-me author and book!  Historical fiction from a fascinating time and a gorgeous city: Vienna in 1900.

And from the week before...
5.  Genre blending at the cafe press, a guest blogger on Elizabeth's site.

6.  More percolating: Strange brew...Unusual Motives for Murder by Margot Kinberg.

7.  My favorite new-to-me blog: The Astronaut Dropped.  I don't know if I'll ever catch up with the story, but it so creatively done and beautifully written, I want to!

What did you find out there in the blogworld this week?
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  1. Thanks for the links! My finds went up on Friday.

  2. I like this idea - thanks for the links :)

  3. I read yours Friday, Diane. Enjoyed them as usual!

    Jemi- I've been doing it for a while, but I keep missing Sundays for holidays and other ideas. It's one that can easily be preempted if need be.

  4. Thanks for the links! I don't know "Astronaut Dropped," so I'll run by and check it out.

    Mystery Writing is Murder

  5. I found out a lot of authors are having milestones successes, like being published, picked up by an author, winning wawrds and such. I'm always glad to hear good news from other writers.

    Stephen Tremp

  6. Thanks for the plug and all the links, Michele! :)


    from the desk of a writer