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Blogwatching Susan Hill

Susan Hill offers up yet another interesting post over at, er, Susan Hill's blog. It's worth poking around in.


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Yes, she has a very interesting blog but I have kept missing things on it as it hasn't had an rss feed, so I have to remember to go and look at it. I've had some interactions with her in the comments. So last night I was delighted to find she's made good her promise to go rss, though it is like Fort Knox commenting on the darn blog.
I saw she's doing this blogger book prize that I'm meaning to post about but haven't yet -- maybe later tonight -- have sent link to Frank W who has (of course!) posted it on Books Inq.


It *is* like Fort Knoxx! I think I finally registered the other day, if I remember right, but I don't think I actually commented yet.


I hadn't realized that the blogger book prize thing was *her* thing. I'll have to look at it more carefully.

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