Monday, 15 June 2009

Catchy Uppy Linky Things

For those in Edinburgh who like crosswords, an opportunity to win a signed, limited edition book from Oxfam. And, speaking of Oxfam, they're holding a book festival throughout the UK.

Ian Rankin talks about the successor to Rebus. And more Ian Rankin news on the graphic novel Dark Entries, due out in August from Vertigo

Alexander McCall Smith gifts a considerable sum of money to the Edinburgh Book Festival. And is featured in the Globe and Mail's Ask An Author column.

I love this summary of the 10 most stunning art thefts in world history, which includes the inspiration for Conan Doyle's Moriarty.

Aline Templeton talks about her writing habits.

And finally, and very funnily, Allan Guthrie on his Edinburgh.

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