|Reviews in this issue, Fiction:
Chomsky for Beginners, John Maher and Judy Groves
|It's a new year|
Are you planning to celebrate it by resolving to improve your mind, your soul or just have more fun. Oh, yes, they are all there in your local library or bookshop.
There's a new book in the Phryne Fisher series (Raisins and Almonds). Our copy was sent to the wrong address (sigh), but we did manage to interview Kerry. For those of you who are reading before January 1, check back it's in the new issue January 1 upload schedule.
New Booklovers' links|
Prime Crime.com mystery newsletter. (http://www.primecrime.com) PB PLUG, the goods on the best science fiction, fantasy, and horror titles around. (http://www.pbplug.com) Putnam Berkley's Kiss & Tell, monthly romance newsletter, offers an exclusive peek at some of today's hottest romance authors. (http://www.pbkiss-tell.com)
Festivale readers group proposal||
Are you interested in participating in an online readers group? It's pretty simple, a book is selected, you read it, and e-mail your comments.
There is a moderated discussion list that goes out with the readers comments on it.|
Which books? Well, one option is to pick up the books recommended in the Oprah bookclub, with are of a high quality. We may supplement these titles with Australian authors.
Sound interesting? contact us. If enough people are keen we'll go ahead.
|Sisters in Crime forthcoming events:
The Raw & The Cooked, Food and Sex in Women's Crime Fiction
New membership enquiries:
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