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Posts added in April 2009

Winged with Death Virtual Tour – 11

Today I’m in New York, at Kathleen Maher’s blog, Diary of a Heretic. Kathleen has been reading Winged with Death for the last couple of weeks. She has published her review of the novel on the site. Kathleen has also published an interview with me on The View From Here, the print and on-line literary […]

Winged with Death Virtual Tour – 10

Today I’m at Gwent, in Wales, at Rhian Davies’ blog, It’s A Crime! (or a mystery…). Rhian has been reading Winged with Death for the last couple of weeks. This is her review of the novel. She is a voracious reader and blogs frequently about what she has been reading. I’m kicking things off over […]

Winged with Death Virtual Tour – 9

Today I’m in London, at Debi Alper’s Blog. Debi has been reading Winged with Death for the last couple of weeks. As well as her blog, Debi Alper is the author of several contemporary crime thrillers. She has recently been posting movingly and thoughtfully about her time in Grenada in the eighties. She witnessed the […]

Blog Rally

Please consider placing a blue ribbon on your blog or website this week in honour of the journalists, bloggers, students, and writers who are imprisoned in Evin Prison, nicknamed “Evin University,” and other prisons around the world, for speaking and writing down their thoughts. Also, please ask others to join our blog rally.

Waiting for Godot – a review

“There are no more juicy parts amongst modern classics than Didi and Gogo—Vladimir and Estragon to you—the tramps who wait for Godot.” Ian McKellen