>I have not spent my time today looking back, but forward. So far, I have only joined two challenges, but when/if I feel certain I can handle them, I may join one or two more. If you know of any that focus on crime fiction, please tell me.
In a few days my krimiblog will have its first anniversary. My plans are not definite yet, but there will be at least two giveaways (probably one European and one worldwide).
My 2010 Global Reading Challenge is alive and thriving (participant no 39 ticked in while I was writing this), and I am so excited to see when the first reviews will be there!
Africa: Yaba Badoe, True Murder, Ghana (TBR)
Deon Meyer, Blood Safari? Rob Marsh, Beasts of Prey? Margie Orford, Blood Rose (S. Africa)
Asia: Shamini Flint, Inspector Singh Investigates (TBR)
Matt B Rees, The Bethlehem Murders – reviewed January 18.
Australasia: Paul Cleave, Cemetery Lake, NZ
Peter Temple, Bad Debts – Australia – reviewed January 7.
Europe: James Thompson, Snow Angels – Finland – reviewed Feb 1.
Simone Van der Vlugt, The Reunion, The Netherlands – reviewed January 15.
North America: Megan Abbott, Bury me Deep, the USA – reviewed Feb 5.
Vicki Delaney, Valley of the Lost, Canada (TBR)
South America: Leighton Gage, Blood of the Wicked, Brazil (TBR)
Antarctica: Robert Masello, Blood and Ice.