Tomorrow & Wednesday will be focused on The Kitschies (go figure), then we'll be back with our regular schedule of reviews and other gibberish.
We missed our Hard Case Crime review last week, but will pick up on Thursday with Allan Guthrie's Kiss Her Goodbye (#8). It is a good one, and, off the top of my head, the only book in the series that's set in Britain - so please do join in.
Elsewhere... if you're a member of the British Fantasy Society, I'm pretty sure there's something in the latest journal from yours truly, wibbling on about Weird Westerns. It is in no way self-serving.
Finally, and I'm really excited about this, I'll be leading the Tor.com reread for one of my favourite books - a contemporary classic that very much deserves a little more attention. I'm grateful to Tor.com for letting me do this: the book isn't exactly a Rothfuss or Malazan chart-topper, so allowing me a weekly chapter-by-chapter wittering is very generous of them.
Details to follow, but the craziness should unfold shortly - possibly even this coming Friday. (I'm trying to be clever about not giving away the title, but it isn't super hard to guess.)