Lifelong learning is something I truly love. Funny how getting out of school is what really inspired me to find things I love and keep learning. Every skill you know today was once something you had no idea about. I spent the last month learning about audio production and recording and I just sent out a short story to my advance team for feedback. I love having a new way to get stories to readers. I think audio will only continue to grow in the future.
OK, let’s get to it this week.
Here are 3 crime fiction links, 2 quotes, and 1 question for this week:
- The LA Review of Books looks at the recent Hard Case collection of Ray Bradbury’s lesser known works: his crime stories.
- NPR’s year-end picks for best of 2020 plus the interactive book concierge is back. This will kill at least an hour.
- Hachette has an excerpt for Connelly’s 2006 non-fiction work CRIME BEAT which is getting a wider release now.
Two quotes from Ray Bradbury:
“There is more than one way to burn a book. And the world is full of people running about with lit matches.”
“If you hide your ignorance, no one will hit you and you’ll never learn.”
- Spent the weekend reading the latest Lincoln Lawyer book from Michael Connelly. What is your favorite ongoing Connelly series? Bosch? Haller? MacEvoy? Ballard?
Until next Thursday, happy reading,
Author the Max Strong thriller series