Wednesday, November 29, 2006

The Rap Sheet and Ali Karim

The charming and dashing Ali Karim has posted an interview with me over at

The Rap Sheet.

Ali Karim is the assistant editor of the e-zine Shots, a contributing editor at January Magazine, writes for Deadly Pleasures and Crimespree magazines and an associate member [and literary judge] for both the British Crime Writers Association as well as The International Thriller Writers Inc; and also helps judge Deadly Pleasures' Barry Awards.

Regular readers of my blog won't find anything new in my responses, but scroll down and check out Ali's next post:

The Surreal Influence of Fate. Very interesting reading.

Thanks, Ali!

7 comments:

Sandra Ruttan said...

I shall have to go read that Anne! Thanks for the link.

jason evans said...

I think you're right about YouTube. What a great opportunity for writers. I just hope Google doesn't ruin what has made YouTube successful.

Daniel Hatadi said...

Years from now, people will ask, "What were you doing when Project Pimp Squad was unleashed onto the world?"

anne frasier said...

sandra, i thought his john connolly story was especially interesting.

jason, i so agree. that would be a shame.

daniel, :D

Heather Harper said...

Is Google plotting to screw up You Tube?

Jeff said...

Good job with the interview, Anne.
PIPS was a lot of fun!

anne frasier said...

heather, i think there's some worry about restrictions and fees.

jeff, thanks. yeah, the pimp squad was a blast!