Archive for June, 2008

Not-So-Intelligent Design

June 30th, 2008

One of the things I’ve always found most persuasive about the Theory of Evolution is that it’s completely amoral. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 3:25 PM

Auntie Meme

June 26th, 2008

I owe this meme to Lisa Kenney, who tagged me for it. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 9:34 PM

More Blatant Self-Promotion

June 24th, 2008

Okay, okay, I guarantee I’ll stop doing this soon — it’s just that a book only comes out once a year, and that’s when everything happens. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 5:56 PM

BETS AND JOYCE K??????

June 23rd, 2008

Hi, there — I hope the headline got your attention. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 7:25 AM

Mystery of the Month?

June 22nd, 2008

That’s what critic Bruce Tierney calls THE FOURTH WATCHER in the July edition of Bookpage. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 11:51 AM

Reading List – June (Part 1)

June 10th, 2008

This month I’m suffering my first case of writer’s dread ever. It’s not writer’s block because I can write well enough, but I have no way of knowing whether what I’m writing is anything my book actually needs. So I quit, for the first time in my writing career, and staved off a nervous breakdown by reading. Poor you. That means more titles this month. In fact, so many that I’m posting this now and will do another closer to the end of the month. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 2:09 AM

Thanks, Bill

June 8th, 2008

Phnom Penh — Just at the time I needed it most, as I was about to hang up my fingers for good, The Big Thrill, which is the online magazine of International Thriller Writers, has run an absolutely terrific piece about THE FOURTH WATCHER (and moi) by Bill Cameron. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 3:52 AM

Phnom Penh Flipside

June 5th, 2008

Some of the people who read the NOOKS AND GRANNIES post seemed disappointed that the Phnom Penh it depicted wasn’t more, well, third-world. To make those folks feel better, here’s another look. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 1:52 AM

 

 
 

 

 
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