Posts Tagged ‘Julia Buckley’

Carnival of the Criminal Minds, No. 30

January 17, 2009

Julia Buckley is hosting the carnival once more at her blog, Mysterious Musings. In this installment she highlights sites that are bound to warm your spirits even if the weather outside is frightful.

She ranges from blogs that serve as the armchair traveler’s guidebooks to Chandler, to Dorothy Sayers – all in aid of pulling out out of our winter doldrums. And there’s a hint at the end of the post that a sequel might be in the works, so stand by . . .

Next up: We’re heading south again, to the country so famously founded by criminals (the ones that were left over after the future United States got its share) where Helen of It’s Criminal will set up the tents among her many exemplary crime fiction book reviews. She could murder a good mystery right now, or so she says.

Photo courtesy of DCSL.

Carnival of the Criminal Minds, No. 3

November 1, 2007

Julia Buckley has just opened the ticket booths and fluffed the cotton candy at her blog, Mysterious Musings. She points out interesting commentaries by Marcus Sakey, member of the Chicago Outfit (no, not that one) and Eric Mayer , co-author with Mary Reed of the Byzantine John the eunuch series on possible futures for books and publishing. Cornelia Read has some whoops! too late reading suggestions at Naked Authors (no, they aren’t really) – and much, much more!
Up next: Mary Saums will host the carnival at Femmes Fatales. Bloggers who wish to run away and join the circus may recommend posts worth including to Mary or to your humble archivist.