(Almost) Silent Sunday…

Cold January in one corner of N. E. Switzerland.

A winter-empty whirlpool fountain, and the remains of a muted New Year celebration.

A local hotel, locked down and waiting for customers.

Beavers have been at work in the woods near Lake Constance.

Reminders of the warmer weather.

The latest addition to my bookshelf, the Hobeck Books anthology.

More book news: Baby Dear is on a 99p/c deal atm – grab it while it’s hot!

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5 Responses to (Almost) Silent Sunday…

  1. Jane Risdon says:

    Fab blog and I love your photos. I too, grew up reading Christie, Sayers, and Blyton etc. Such a huge influence on writers and especially crime writers. Wishing you continued success with your writing. Stay safe and well. xx

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    • lindahuber says:

      Thanks, Jane – all the very best to you with your writing, too! So many people seem to start thier adult crime reading with Agatha Christie. She’s a lucky lady to be so well-loved.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Jane Risdon says:

        I started with her and read everything to do with crime afterwards. I never read the classics after school but got into spy thrillers, American Noir and everything in-between. I loved Adventure stories, I never got into ‘girlie’ stuff reading-wise. I write crime and love reading and watching crime. although, saying that, I co-wrote a romance, having never ever read one! Go figure! But you cannot go wrong with Agatha! Keep well. xx

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      • lindahuber says:

        Yes, Agatha was amazing – imagine creating characters that are known all over the world! I stick mainly to crime fiction too, particularly psychological suspense. You stay well too! xx

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      • Jane Risdon says:

        Oh cripes yes. Fame indeed. xx

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