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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

RA for All Roadshow takes on Crime Fiction in Missouri

All day today I am in Independence, MO just outside of Kansas City, presenting a workshop on Crime Fiction.  I have posted everything on my "Recent Presentations" page, but to make it easier for the attendees and any of you out there who are interested, I have re-posted it all here today.

A few notes about the resources.  The Resources Handout is an update of this post here on the blog.  So this is now my most up-to-date Crime Fiction resource guide. Also, the Bridging the Physical Virtual Divide post has been updated. The link will take you to the old post, but I made changes this past week.

So whether I am with you right now in Missouri or you are anywhere else out there, I hope these resources help you to help your patrons find their next good crime fiction read.

2 comments:

William said...

Thanks for a great presentation yesterday - I'll definitely use many of the resources and ideas you shared!

-William
http://beyondthebookend.com

Becky said...

You are welcome. It was great fun.