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It's Late in the Evening*

Plenty of real and fictional crime happens in broad daylight. But most people associate crime with night. We’re more vulnerable at night; and, since a lot of people are at home then, public areas are less populated. 1,068 more words

Agatha Christie

And They Sit at the Bar and Put Bread in My Jar*

Bars and pubs come in all shapes and sizes. There are very posh bars in resort hotels; and seedy places where only the locals go, and then only when they don’t have enough money to go anywhere else. 1,169 more words

Agatha Christie

In the Beginning I Misunderstood*

An interesting post from Moira at Clothes in Books has got me thinking about book titles. And while I’m mentioning that excellent blog, let me encourage you to pay it a visit. 1,304 more words


Setting: Creating a sense of place

I’ve spent the past week developing the program for a workshop I am running in Melbourne on Sun 19 April 2015 at Writers Victoria on… 279 more words

Angela Savage

And I Have My Say and I Draw Conclusions*

Most of us make sense of what we see and draw conclusions from it without even being aware of what we’re doing. For instance, suppose you don’t see your car keys where you usually leave them. 1,354 more words

Agatha Christie

I'm special, so special*

For those of you who’ve been meaning to read my novels for ages, Text Publishing’s Deal of the Week sees all three available at the special price of AUD$14.99 each, with free delivery anywhere in the world. 401 more words

Angela Savage

Without Compassion, There Can Be No End to Hate*

Today (or tomorrow, depending on when you read this), has been set aside as 1000 Voices For Compassion Day. The idea is to focus on the compassionate and good things that we do for one another. 1,364 more words

Agatha Christie