Putting Murder on the Map

November 30th, 2009

I’m happy to say that I’ve been invited to join the global crime web at http://murderiseverywhere.blogspot.com/

It’s a new site formed by a sort of worldwide Murder, Inc. of crime writers blogging from, and about, their bloodsoaked corners of the map. My colleagues include Carla Black (France); Leighton Gage (Brazil); Michael Stanley — aka Michael Sears and Stanley Trollip (South Africa); Yrsa Siguroardsdotter (Iceland); and Dan Waddell (England.)  I’ll be chiming in every Sunday from Thailand, or at least my imaginary Thailand, during the months I’m in Santa Monica.

These are all good writers, and the blogs are interesting, too.  Some of them even use pictures, for those of you who are tired of words.  Me, for example.

I’ll keep writing here, too — I hope more frequently than recently, now that THE ROCKS is off my plate for now.

Drop by and visit us.

3 Responses to “Putting Murder on the Map”

  1. Dana King Says:

    I get that blog’s feed, and I like it a lot. I was glad to see you there last week, and to know you’ll be a regular.

    One thing: Yrsa is from Iceland.

  2. Timothy Hallinan Says:

    Whoops, Dana — Thanks.

    I’ve made the fix.

    Captcha — Habeas Irving

  3. Larissa Says:

    captcha: pongrace cleavage.

    I was sick of words and then I saw that stunning combination and it made me grin so much that I think I might be able to continue using them for a while…we’ll see.

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