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Monday, December 7, 2009

Dec Mystery/Crime Fiction Blog Carnival

WELCOME to the debut issue of the Mystery and Crime Fiction Blog Carnival. We have a good issue to kick off the carnival and I am already looking forward to growing this carnival next month.

I am hoping to provide a service to the mystery loving community with this blog carnival - so please pass the word to those who could contribute and also those who would enjoy reading.


Police Procedural Book Review

Diane at Bibliophile by the Sea reviewed Still Life

Kerrie at Mysteries in Paradise reviewed Cross Bones

Mike Draper reviews 206 Bones at his blog.

Check out my review of Murder Inside the Beltway


Private Investigator Book Review

Diane at Bibliophile By the Sea reviews The Broken Window

Check out my review of Snake Dreams

Amateur Sleuth Book Review

Jean Henry Mead reviews the book Merry, Merry Ghost at Writing Advice and Good Books

Nicole at Linus’s Blanket presents The House on Tradd Street

Stacy at Stacy’s Books reviews Murder on Nob Hill

Check out my review of Sand Sharks and also Hail to the Chef

Cozy Mystery Book Review

Megan at Write Meg! Reviews Size 12 is Not Fat

The Cozy Mystery List Blog reviewed the book An English Murder



Suspense Fiction Book Review

Devourer of Books reviews The Lost Symbol

Megan at Write Meg! Review Best Intentions



Author Interview

Madeleine Begun Kane presents John Mortimer Interview posted at Mad Kane's Humor Blog.

Jean Henry Mead presents Interview with Loise Penny at Mysterious People Blog

The five authors co-blogging at Five Scribes present Interview with P.J. Alderman, author of the book Haunting Jordan.

Check out my author interview of Juliet Blackwell and also Dolores Steward Riccio

Writing Tips and Advice

Jean Henry Mead presents Bestselling author John Gilstrap discussing Bringing Characters to life at Writing Advice and Good Books Blog

Stephen Tremp presents The Seven Cs of Writing a Great Mystery at Breakthrough Blogs

Jurgen Wolff presents Going Back to the Basics to Solve Your Story at Time to Write

Helen Gringer presents us with Editing Tips at Karen…following the whispers

Livia Blackburne presents Blue: First Person Present Tense at Its Best posted at Livia Blackburne.

Jackie Houchin tackles Outlining: Necessary or Not? At Writers in Residence


  ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ WOW - wasn't that a great carnival?! ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

Let's make next month's even better.  For more information on the specifics of the Carnival and how to submit your posts go here.

Until Thursday's next book review I wish you many mysterious moments.
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6 comments:

stacybuckeye said...

Great books and reviews! Thanks so much for including mine.

mike draper said...

I'm surprised and honored that you included my review of Kathy Reichs' book "206 Bones" in your blog.
It can't get any better than that.
Mike Draper

A.F. Heart said...

Stacybuckeye and Mike Draper,

I am glad I found your reviews to include them. You can submit mystery/crime fiction reviews yourself for the next go round. This will be a monthly carnival.

Thank you my fellow book reviewers for writing up the reviews - it is not as easy as it may look.

AF Heart

Lee Jackson said...

Apologies for the random comment here (can't find an email address?) but I'm going round crime/mystery fan blogs/websites to promote my latest book ... 'The Diary of a Murder' ... it's a Victorian London mystery and the distinctive feature is that you can read it - for free - online at my site http://www.victorianlondon.org/diary.htm ... I'm not published in the US but I've had six books with Random House in the UK and I'm trying to find ... well, more readers! best wishes, Lee Jackson

diane said...

I am so sorry I am late in thanking you for mentioning my blog and review. Somehow I neglected to properly thank you during the Christmas rush. I really appreaciate you mentioning my blog.

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