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  • Crime fiction,  Events

    News: Crime Fiction Conference and #PhDLife

    As I said last week, big crime fiction news were to be released soon. So, here they are! I am very happy (and proud!) to be part of the Captivating Criminality Organising Team for our  2017 conference Crime Fiction: Detection, Public and Private, Past and Present. This event is part of an interantional effort by the Crime Fiction Association – led by Dr. Fiona Peters from Bath Spa University –  to fully incooporate crime fiction studies as valid and serious research in the Humanities. If you want to learn more, please click here to visit our website. You can also find us on Twitter @CrimeFic, and on Facebook Fb.me/crimefic. Meanwhile, you…

  • Crime fiction,  Events

    CrimeFest 2015 (Or The Time of My Life!)

    This year I actually made it to CrimeFest 2015 held at the Royal Marriott Hotel in Bristol, and as you can imagine, I fangirled my way through it. I got to meet some of my favourite authors and bloggers, and I was asked a few times if Books & Reviews is till running, which I can say yes. My PhD, a bad break up and lots of travelling have kept me busy for the last months, but now I’m back! And here they are, the pictures of me with every author, blogger and publisher who spent more than 5 minutes with me:

  • Crime fiction,  Events

    Waterstones Killer Crime Festival

    Waterstones and Harper Collins are organising a very interesting event – both physical and online – for crime fiction fans, readers, authors and publishers. The Festival will take place on Friday, 13 March 2015 at 14:00 and Saturday, 14 March 2015 at 20:00 (GMT) Books & Reviews has been asked to participate as a blog, but I will keep you posted on upcoming surprises 😉 Meanwhile, you can find more information here.