Saturday, 6 October 2007

Saturday Morning Link Up!

There are so many good blogs out there that I like to stay in touch with, here's a few of them and what they have going on at the moment...

The Book Swede is revelling in a great list of books that he has coming up for review in the next few weeks. I am officially jealous...

Aidan, over at A Dribble of Ink, has pulled off a pretty major coup and got to hang out with none other Steven Erikson (and pick his brains for info on 'Toll the Hounds'). I think everyone on the entire internet is jealous of Aidan right now... :o)

Sandstorm Reviews has a look at Terry Pratchett's new book 'Making Money', she didn't like it either...

Benjamin, aka The Deckled Edge, has a few words to say about Joe Abercrombie's blog post about maps in fantasy novels. Me? I like em' but only if they have a desert called 'The Wasteland of Death'... ;o)

Tia, over at Fantasy Debut has a great interview with Carole McDonnell (author of 'Wind Follower'). Check it out!

Finally, Remy tells us about some of the books he will be reviewing (at The Fantasy Review) and shows us perhaps the longest list of books I have ever seen! I started this post by being jealous and that's how I'll end it ;o)

What have I got coming up? Well, tomorrow I'll be taking my first ever trip into the world of Print On Demand fantasy literature. On Monday I'll be reviewing a book but in a way that I don't think any blogger has tried before. It will either be great or bomb horribly. Why don't you come along and see for yourself?
Have a great weekend!

3 comments:

Remy said...

It was alot. :/

Chris, The Book Swede said...

Cheers for the linkage, Graeme, and I hope I haven't jealous-ed you up too much! LOL.

Mind you, I am officially jealous of Remy's list! ;)

Looking forward to your first delving into POD stuff. I've never been too sure about it, but I'm reading a few atm. Hope your new Monday review goes OK -- I'll be here to tell you whether or not it does ... :P

~Chris
The Book Swede

Tia said...

Thanks for the link, Graeme! I'm glad you enjoyed the interview.