Friday, 21 January 2011

Looking Forward to...ooooooh...Lots

The weekend again - lovely. And I'm in a good mood because today I booked tickets to go and see The Kills. In Berlin. And you know how much I love Berlin. Yessssssssssssssssssssssss.

News about Aye Write, and the programme will be announced this weekend. Looking good already from this little snippet of information.

GeekNative reviews Denise Mina's A SICKNESS IN THE FAMILY.

At last - Caro Ramsay is back in the world of the blogging.

The Inverness Courier on Tony Black. And remember, just by blabbing something you may well rather forget, you can win a copy of his new book.

John Hannah says that he was "wrong for Rebus." Uh-huh.

Apparently, Stuart MacBride is magic.

Sisters In Crime converse with Val McDermid. And here's a review of TRICK OF THE DARK.

The estate of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle has authorised Anthony Horowitz to write a new Sherlock Holmes novel.

Ray Banks deservedly makes the top 10 of 2010 over at Literary Kicks. While over at Shots, the lovely Ayo is looking forward to 2011.

An interview with William Meikle.

And, finally, congratulations to Nigel Bird who's won a crime fiction fairy tale short story competition over at Things I'd Rather Be Doing. Well done, mate.


  1. Of course John Hannah was far too handsome to play Rebus (but who cares, as long as we can gawp at John Hannah?)

  2. Just finished SHATTERED BONES by Mr MacBride. Enjoyed it a lot. Another great instalment in a terrific series.

  3. Dorte - very true!

    Craig - glad to hear it. I'm going to read it in February (which is my designated Scottish reading month :o) )