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, June 27, 2010

Sunday Foreign Post Roundup

1. A beautiful look that evolution of character and love: guest blogger Davin Malasarn on The Secret Archives of the Alliterati.

2. A small story, but bursting with thought.  Smile plays at your mouth with you read A New Language an Rayna's Coffee Rings Everywhere.

3.  Fun Friday indeed...Check out these fantastic signs on Elspeth's It's A Mystery.

4.  Two book recommendations from Mysterious Matters..and they're both new-to-me authors!

5.  The Queen of Writing Advice tackles 'steps to publication.'  That's right--I mean Elizabeth Spann Craig!

6.  A veritable 'Vegetable Soup' of information at Mason Canyon's Thoughts in Progress.  I found two reads to add to my shelf--what will you find?

7.  An interesting look at the Germany v. England rivalry from British author Dan Waddell at Murder is Everywhere.

Just a few links this Sunday b/c  I haven't been touring blogs much in the past few weeks.  But the ones I have hopped to have been SFP Roundup worthy!


  1. Awesome links. Some I've seen some I plan to check out... thank you.


  2. Thanks for the links Michele - hope all is well. :)

  3. Enjoy your Sunday Roundup, thanks for including me the the links. Hope you have a good week at work.

  4. Yay! Thank you, Michele, for the great links. :-)

  5. I love your Weekly round-up. You always have a great assortment of posts.
    And thank you for mentioning the bi-lingual crows!

  6. Thanks for sharing these, Michele! :-)

    - Corra

    The Victorian Heroine

  7. Alex- Thank you!

    Clarissa- Glad to have brought you a few new ones.

    Jemi- All is getting better!

    Mason- You keep making great posts, I'll keep putting them up here!

    Rayna- There is a great diversity out there...And yours was certainly one of the best!

    Corra- FYI, I love your ever-adapting site.