Wreath
December 16
Day 16

The Bible says Day 16 is the day of rest, right? I mean, I know it's a Thursday, but I'm pretty sure I'm supposed to be resting today.

All right, so who was I kidding when I said I was going to post 25 days of content, featuring authors and books that I've enjoyed or that inspired me this year? This is hard work.

But there's a whole lot going on in the crime fiction world lately, so I thought I'd take a breather today and post some links for you.

Warner Bros. Options "Conspiracy of Paper"
So remember yesterday when I featured David Liss in 25 Days of Books? Well, today the world learned that his Edgar Award winning novel, CONSPIRACY OF PAPER, has been optioned for a movie. The lesson here is that when I feature you on this blog, great things happen.

The Best of 2010 from George Pelecanos
I don't know about you, but when George Pelecanos speaks, I listen.

Truegood by Sophie Littlefield
A short story by Sophie Littlefield, author of A BAD DAY FOR SORRY and A BAD DAY FOR PRETTY.

Needle Magazine
If you like your crime fiction hard boiled (and really, is there any other kind), then you need to subscribe to Needle Magazine. Each issue features stories from some of the best crime fic authors out there.

Crossing the Line
The fabulous Stephen Jay Schwartz has written a short story prequel to his novels BOULEVARD and BEAT. Download it for free and enjoy the ride.

Crime Writers Recommending Crime
Jen Forbus over at Jen's Book Thoughts wraps up her holiday recommendation series with a fun video.

2 Replies to “Day 16 – Rest?”

  1. Steve Weddle says: December 16, 2010 at 9:00 am

    Hey, thanks for the mention, nice lady.
    Now get back to finishing your book. I’m ready to read some awesome.

  2. Jen Forbus says: December 16, 2010 at 10:05 am

    Yes, thanks from me, too!! 🙂

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