6 April 2008

Sunday Salon #3, 6 April 2008

This my third posting to the Sunday Salon, and I have decided to number and date them rather than come up with inventive subject lines.

This week I have blogged about
I'm managing to write more or less a post a day, but of course I won't be able to do that every week. I also enjoy the feedback that I am getting from authors, fellow bloggers and other readers.

Off to the football this afternoon, courtesy of tickets our neighbours can't use.

6 comments:

maxine said...

Thanks for the round-up post, Kerrie. I've finally cracked and bought a copy of A Quiet Belief in Angels....

Marg said...

I know that the results didn't go your way, but it would have been a fantastic game to be at atmosphere wise, a bit like the Bulldogs V Adelaide game a couple of weeks ago.

Table Talk said...

Thanks for the link to the Children's Book Council site. Some of the best children's books of the past decade have come out of Australia so I'm always keen to keep up with what's new. I hope you'll tip me off when the award is made.

BooksPlease said...

I don't read a lot of crime fiction so I read your post with interest. I was wondering where the idea for BAFAB week came from!

J. Kaye Oldner said...

I love crime fiction. Most of the books I read fall under thrillers.

Are you having fun with The Sunday Salon?

Kerrie said...

Thank you all for your kind comments. I am enjoying Sunday salon, but 10 postings is a lot to keep up with, so I don't get to comment on them all.

I've got a copy out from the library Maxine - just need to set asise time to read it. looking forward to it though.

It was a good tough game Marg!

I'll certainly post the winners of the Book Council awards (end of September I think)

I don't read much else than crime fiction - I enjoy it so much that when I do stray into something else I spend a lot of the time thinking about whether it is worth my while.
I am listening to Richard E. Grant read Ken Follett's WORLD WITHOUT END as I drive to and from work.

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