Have you ever noticed how once you start thinking about something or reading something new you start seeing connections all over the place? I’m having that with the Nordic Challenge right now and I thought I would share the link love. I will be doing this every so often during the year.
A tonne of reviews for Three Seconds by Roslund and Hellström have popped up in my reader in the last few days. With them have also been a couple of giveaways. There is also an article in the New York Times that might be worth a read.
For those of you who like (or who want to dip your toe in for the first time) Nordic crime fiction I highly recommend the blog Euro Crime as a great resource.
Zoe at Playing by the Book has had some great posts about Finland lately. They are primarily for families with children but they are well worth a look! I love her blog and if you have children I really recommend poking around as she has some awesome resources and ideas.
If anyone else has more links (things you’ve seen or reviews you’ve written) that fall into the realm of the Nordic Challenge please share in the comments!
In other news: Thesis is DONE, or at least done enough that I can defend it on the 18th. I start my first teaching job tomorrow and I am assuming that I will need some time to get settled into that. I have gotten my reading mojo back though so hopefully I will start writing reviews again. Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately) I’ve managed to choose some chunksters to start the year off, but I am making progress. And I am really enjoying what I am reading.