1. How historical do you like your historical fiction? Click here.
2. This is actually from last weekend, but in mysterious news it is tops! A movie with Edgar Poe as main character--check out The Hollywood Spy for the details.
3. A Southern compilation and a post from the editor. Don't miss this one--James Lee Burke, John Grisham, etc.
4. Movies teach you how to run a business. Read about it on Mason's blog, Thoughts in Progress.
5. Paris bookstores--you'll fall in love again--from author Cara Black of Murder is Everywhere.
6. Characters becoming self-aware, a strange journey through Wonderland by Elizabeth Spann Craig.
7. Cathy at Kittling Books' weekly Blogthings quiz--How boyish or girlish are you?
You Are 30% Boyish and 70% GirlishEven if you're not a girl, you're very feminine.
You're in touch with your feelings, and your heart rules you.
A bit of a emotional roller coaster, one moment you're up and the next you're down.
But no matter what, you try to be as cute and perky as possible.
A fun one I found on the site...
What part of a Fairy Tale are you?
You Are the Dragon
You are powerful and a bit intimidating. While you do have a bit of a temper, your bark is much more vicious than your bite.
In general, you tend to be fair and even noble. You treat everyone with respect, and you try to do right by people.
However, if someone crosses you, you can get downright nasty. Your emotions can get the better of you.
You don't literally breath fire when you're angry, but enough. It's best not to make you bad.
8. A Life Without Books--imagine it as Darrell James did at Inkspot.
9. If you want to sell books, you have to know your audience. Elizabeth Spann Craig sprinkles this topic with her unique perspective and personal stories.
10. A people without a name--Michael Stanly investigates the Bushmen.
11. When words say it all...Sharazad has the quotes for the way you feel about books right here.
12. Reviews of banned books! Feel like you're being subversive at Unlock Worlds. (Found through The Dangerous Pages Review.)
13. A new-to-me blog by a new-to-Southern City Mysteries follower: Sharp Pen/Dull Sword. Writing, beautiful pictures, and fashion, too!