Thursday, 10 June 2010

Hotels, heckles and hamsters...oh, and some crime fiction

This sounds great - Writing Your Crime Novel - Seven Steps To Success - a crime writing workshop hosted by Tony Black with a special guest appearance from Allan Guthrie. I wonder if he'll be doing his usual turn with the... errrr...self-pleasuring hamster (it's a true story - ask him when you see him)

Quintin Jardine at Kelso Library on June 10th talking about his new book, RUSH OF BLOOD (which, I suppose, brings us back to that hamster).

Building plans for Arthur Conan Doyle's former home. Wouldn't it be good to have it developed as a themed hotel?

Aly Monroe on the Philip Kerr and Alan Massie Reviewgate.

I'm not convinced that Denise Mina and Allan Guthrie will be talking about the crisis in Sudan (despite what the article seems to suggest), but I'm sure they'll be talking about writing at the Nairn Book and Arts Festival this weekend.

For those who like to keep up with what's happening at the various Edinburgh Festivals, there's a Festival Blog.

Eurocrime reviews Alex Gray's FIVE WAYS TO KILL A MAN.

And, finally, this is what always happens to my luggage too.

Have a lovely weekend all.

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