Friday, 31 December 2010


I have neglected this blog! I will try to remedy this during this year.
If I find "links" I will mention and follow if necessary!
After all, after reading a Craig Russell book, I found, listened to excerpts, and subsequently bought Rautavaara...Cantus Articus. This then lead to me explore what else Rautavaara had composed, and I have bought another CD, and am interested in other's.
Most people follow recommendations that friends make...if a book you are thoroughly enjoying mentions something, it is worth exploring the link.

Friday, 20 August 2010

Oscar and Lucinda by Peter Carey

Oscar and Lucinda mentions several authors of the time period it is set in.
Wilkie Collins,
Charles Dickens, Barchester Towers is named
George Elliot
and Charles Darwin.
There might have been others mentioned, but I missed them.
Carey's use of mentioning mid-Victorian popular helps to give the novel a genuine feel.

Thursday, 19 August 2010


You know, how you read a book, and it gives the name of another book/piece of music/piece of art/place, and you just want to know about the place?
Well, this is where we can all explore these links!
Some links lead to discoveries, some we already are aware of!!!!
Tiz nice to explore them all.
If you would like to join in with your own "Literary Links" please contact me.