Fear in Writing: Sunday Foreign Post Roundup: Christmas Edition

Today in Literary History

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, December 27, 2009

Sunday Foreign Post Roundup: Christmas Edition

Short roundup this week - short blogging week!

1. You've been to this blog before if you've been to my blog before. But this post will hit you hard. Treat yourself to good writing at Cathy's Kittling Books. I won't share any other aspects - click to read for yourself!

2. Though the year is almost at an end, 365 posts of mystery await you at this blog. Mystery writers should know 2009 is master of the macabre Edgar A. Poe's bicentennial. Scholar and Poe expert Rob Velella reveals the strange and fascinating tales that hold us rapt two centuries later.

Please leave your great links found this past week...Looking forward to blogging more this coming week!

New additions...
3. An old post but found it today: New-to-me Val McDermid book courtesy of Cathy at Kittling Books. As Cathy also said, McDermid has been one of my favorite authors since I read A Place of Exeuction, which made my Absolute Favorite Mysteries List. And now I find I have another one to sink my ravenous eyes into!


  1. Thanks for the great links as always Michele.

  2. Thanks for sharing these links :)

  3. I aim to please - new one added since you last looked!

  4. Michele - Just wanted you to know there is an award for you on my blog.

  5. Some great links! Very interesting story on Kittling...thanks for sharing.

    Mystery Writing is Murder

  6. You have a very interesting blog here, thanks!