Mainly about reading with an accent on intelligent crime fiction from around the world.
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...thoughts, memories, and ideas from a lifetime of reading
Now I see the storm clouds in your waking eyes: the thunder , the wonder, and the young surprise - Langston Hughes
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Writings, rants, reviews, and other random mind fluff...
A Life Well Read
The world was hers for the reading
On fiction, with an Australian focus.
Writing, Photography, Beer
Ideas for Reading and Discussion
... on searching for, collecting, and eventually reading, literature
Inspiried by the Classics Club Reading Challenge
rummaging for answers in the pages
on being addicted to books
This is a log of the author's reading activity, begun 1/1/2010
now an archived blog
A YA Book Blog... maybe. Read the first post.
Reading the classics, CanLit, and everything else. In bed.
All abandoned: Chernobyl / Pripyat, Nara Dreamland, Anti-Zombie Fortress, Japanese Sex Museum - and many, many more! Plus: North Korea Special - 2 trips, 16 days / 14 nights! As seen on CNN...
Award-winning blog - Fiction - Short Stories - On Writing and Reading
Crime, Fiction and Women
Thoughts from a bookworm
“My alma mater was books, a good library.... I could spend the rest of my life reading, just satisfying my curiosity.” - Malcolm X
"She is too fond of books, and it has turned her brain." Louisa May Alcott
live mines and duds: the reading life
Slowly, slowly, she sipped a sentence.
Two Fancy Nerds and their love of Popular Culture
A Community of Classics Lovers
"She had read novels while other people perused the Sunday papers" - Mary Elizabeth Braddon
Notes from a bookish life on the Cornish coast ...
The real Italy, as seen from the heart
“I can't go back to yesterday because I was a different person then.” - Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland