- 06:45 RT @BlackOnline: HorrorScope - News: Shards and Shards: Damned and Burning bit.ly/dGJdn #
- 08:28 @Templesmith You're right! I do feel better. Thank you! #
Sunday, August 30, 2009
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Thursday, August 27, 2009
- 08:39 @VoyagerBooks cool. Thank you, I will. #
- 14:46 RT @benjaminsolah: RT @kate_eltham: New Institute for the Future of the Book to launch in Brisbane in 2010 bit.ly/ZcFfN #
- 14:48 @Krasnostein Great! You got my sub. What?! You don't like it. :( Was it the loud frown that put you off? #
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
- 08:50 RT @abcnews: We've jazzed up our Photos page. What do you think? bit.ly/14Vvly #
- 15:12 @templesmith... 'Teabagging' case challenge digg.com/u1BQiv #
- 20:56 I want to immerse myself in the world of #tattoos, so pls send suggestions for books, TV shows, movies, docos! Thank you! Pls RT #
Sunday, August 23, 2009
Thursday, August 06, 2009
I interviewed Australian author David Rollins last week about his latest book, The Zero Option, which offers a new theory on the 1983 shootdown of Korean Airlines flight 007.
You can read the feature here. (And there's a really interesting wikipedia article here)
I particularly like this quote:
After I wrote The Zero Option I sent it to a number of people around the world, just to give me notes, and one of them was a producer in Hollywood. After he read the book he said 'keep your eye on the rear-vision mirror for a while'. And it's something that a few people have said to me.
It's a good read, by the way, and I'm envious of Rollins getting to all those far-flung corners of the globe!
I'm going to post some extra bits and pieces from the interview on Articulate, probably tomorrow.