Fear in Writing: Sunday Foreign Post Roundup

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, May 30, 2010

Sunday Foreign Post Roundup

1. For comic relief, good writing, and a few WTF moments, Les Edgerton's A Good Trophy Wife is Hard to Find Keep Talk To.

2. A book review that will make you think twice...Black Lands at Cathy's Kittling Books.

3.  Liking protagonists--or not--at Mystery Writing is Murder.

4.  Spooky truths about a truthfully awesome lady at Just Jemi.

5. Not necessarily an active site, but one chock full of useful information for bloggers.  Technical information, that is.  Check it out, and write your own code at Tips for New Bloggers.

6. Have you ever... find out the end of the question by clicking the link!  But it's a great question and you'll have fun answering it at Life of a Cinephile and Bibliophile.

7.  I discovered (sort of) The Sholes Key...a second blog by Clarissa Draper, who blogs at Listen to the Voices.  At The Sholes Key you can read her writing--and the blog layout is pretty darn cool, too!

8.  How about a Holmesian feast? In honor of the Great Detective's birthday, Debbie Cowans cooked up something special.  Click over and see what she made.

9. Coincidence in writing--can it work?

10.  The post is not the point--the pictures!  Or, should I say "piccies?"  You guessed it: head on over to Al's Publish or Perish for some glorious Woolshed Falls photos.


  1. Great links to check on as always. Thanks and have a great holiday weekend.

    Thoughts in Progress

  2. YAY...linkage! And mystery linkage at that!! That's always fun. Thank you.

  3. Thank you for linking to my site. I really appreciate it. Just so you know, another chapter is up.


  4. Thanks for the links Michele - enjoy the day :)

  5. Hey Michele,
    Thanks for the shout out!
    And thanks for the other links!