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>Catching the Blogger Reading

> Weekly Geeks:  “This week, for a Geeky assignment, how about a picture? A self portrait of sorts. I think it would be fun if you all took a picture of yourself (or have someone help you most likely) reading … Continue reading

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>Weekly Geeks # 24: trivia

>Weekly Geeks is another activity I have not had time to participate in for several weeks, but this week offers a good opportunity to write a crime-related post: ask some book trivia questions. Here we go. How many first names … Continue reading

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>Marked by Reading

>Weekly Geeks # 17 When in need, I use anything as a bookmark, old receipts, corners torn off the newspaper, old postcards etc, but I prefer a nice one of cartoon which is a bit shorter than the pages of … Continue reading

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>Weekly Geeks # 13. National Poetry Month

>This post is dedicated to Mike Burden & the Weekly Geeks. It is based on Ruth Rendell, Put on by Cunning (1981) and a former post on Reg Wexford (see ´No More Dying Then´). An inspector called Mike Burden Vexed … Continue reading

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>Weekly Geeks # 12. Linking to other reviews.

>[Remember to try my competition & win a thriller/crime novel – 30 hours left] 1.Write a post encouraging readers to look through your archives: the easiest way to find my reviews is to follow the label ´review´. That is what … Continue reading

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>Weekly Geeks # 11. Historical Fiction

>[Remember to participate in my competition & try to win Sophie Hannah´s Little Face]I decided to answer question 2: Do you have a favourite book that really pulled you back in time, or perhaps gave you a special interest in … Continue reading

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>Weekly Geeks # 9 – A Quote a Day.

>This week´s task is to post a quotation every day for a week: “You may want to come up with a theme, such as favorite passages from books, author quotes, political quotes, quotes about books or reading, humorous quotes, whatever. … Continue reading

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