The small world of crime fiction

On the flight back from Crimefest in Bristol last year, I was struck by how many crime writers I know. Glancing around the plane, I realised I’d met about 80% of the authors that passengers were reading. Not once – EVER – have I spotted someone reading one of my books. That’ll be a big day, if it ever comes. And the person reading should be very afraid.

Bristol was excellent – will definitely go again this year. Fellow author and Crimefest convenor Donna Moore (and her dad!) seem to think I was a little out of control there in May 2010. Careful what you write in your blog, Donna, I once had a reputation to uphold. Nice that you have included The Devil’s Staircase in your top ten for the year!

http://bigbeatfrombadsville.blogspot.com/2011/01/yet-another-top-10errrr-12-of-2010.html

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~ by helenfitzgerald on January 3, 2011.

2 Responses to “The small world of crime fiction”

  1. Bloody Women was in my top ten.I have a friend who’s novel is about to be released in Germany. Do you have any dos and dont’s that he might be able to use?

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  2. Hi Nigel, No advice really, except to enjoy! My publishers did a fabulous job over there, so I hope it goes well for your friend.

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