Fear in Writing: Sunday Foreign Post Roundup

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Today in Literary History...December 14, 1907: Rudyard Kipling receives the Nobel prize for literature, the first English-language writer to do so.ud

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Sunday Foreign Post Roundup

1. Cranium or Scrabble?  Find out which kind of person you are, and which you write about--from lovely Lorel Blogging Drowning Down Here!

2. Bathroom Monologues: Necessity the Harlot.  I know, it sounds like bullshit, right?  I thought so, too.  But it's actually very smart.  Read it.

3. The Language of Flowers by Corra McFaddon.  This blog is impressive, and the research behind this post matches completely.  If you love history, romance, and Victorian times, this post is for you.

4. A book review as well-written as any book, and the author takes the time to comment--I love that.  Check out International Noir Fiction for a fantastic look at a South American read.

5. Laughs, laughs, and questions to ponder at It's a Mystery by Elspeth Antonelli.

14 comments:

  1. Thanks for the links, Michele! I'm off to check them out.

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  2. I couldn't get the first link to work.

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  3. I love your foreign post round-ups! They always tweak me on to something new. Thanks!

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  4. Thanks for the links - the first link didn't work for me either.

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  5. Thanks for the mention, Michelle! Glad you enjoyed Necessity so much, even if she smelled of bullshit to you on first sniff.

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  6. As always, thanks for the links

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  7. There's an award for you on my Blog, Cheers!

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  8. oh, we all love Lorel who is blogging drowning down there :))

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  9. oh, you mentioned me! I feel like a star :)
    As always, thanks for the wonderful links!

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  10. btw, here's a working link to the Cranium/Scrabble post
    http://lorelclayton.blogspot.com/2010/05/facets-of-character.html

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  11. It seems Michele has gone missing, no new posts for four days now, shall we organize a search team? :)

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  12. 金銀愈加磨鍊,愈加光亮,人生愈加考驗,生命愈加光輝。 ............................................................

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  13. Thanks so much for the mention, Michele!! :-)

    I'm going to check out the other posts, too. I appreciate it!

    - Corra

    the victorian heroine

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