Monday 13 July 2009

A Monday Round-Up

Novelist Steven Torres with a great review of Russel McLean's excellent THE GOOD SON. In other review news, Laura Wilson on Craig Russell's LENNOX in The Guardian. I'm looking forward to reading this one.

The Writers' Guild of Great Britain has a blog and in this post they mention that David Ashton's McLEVY is being broadcast on Radio 4 in several parts, starting Tuesday 14th July.

The lovely Karen at Eurocrime has a competition to win one of five (yes, FIVE) copies of Helen Fitzgerald's MY LAST CONFESSION. If I didn't have it already I would definitely be entering this one myself.

With the publication of Ox-Tales, the Oxfam set of four books of short stories by famous authors, The Scotsman publishes the Kate Atkinson story LUCKY WE LIVE NOW. And a video of three more authors reading extracts from their stories at the Oxford launch.

Irvine Welsh on selling double glazing, Hibs winning the Scottish cup, and Sunday morning hangovers.

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