Here are some websites and blogs that caught our attention:

http://www.crimeculture.com Crimeculture was created by Lee Horsley and Kate Horsley and gets around five million hits a year. It has many essays on crime fiction, crime films and representations of criminality.  A growing number of writers and critics contribute to the site.


http://www.crimefictionlover.com/   Crime Fiction Lover was set up by two journalists who love crime stories, discover and share a selection of the best reads on the new formats. They don't overlook traditional print and bring helpful and concise content with each story uploaded. They have a team of crime fiction fans who contribute to the website.
http://itsacrimeuk.wordpress.com/ In 2006, this blog was started by Rhian Davies to share her experience of a visit to the Harrogate Crime Writing Festival. Rhian seeks debut authors and has been one of the judges for the CWA’s John Creasey (New Blood) Dagger Award. She shares her enthusiasm for new and lesser known talent.

http://literaticat.blogspot.com/ Written by Jennifer Laughran who is surrounded by books and a literary agent specializing in children's & YA fiction. She is part-time children's bookseller and throws parties for books & authors.

http://www.thebookladysblog.com Rebecca Joines Schinsky reviews literary fiction, narrative non-fiction and memoirs. She writes about author events and the publishing industry. She has a passion for novels with multiple lines of narrative,  and dreams of making #pantyworthy a trending topic on Twitter.

http://lpobryan.wordpress.com/ Laurence O'Bryan  was first published by a school newspaper when he was ten. He studied English and history in Dublin and IT at Oxford University. He spent ten years working with major International banks and firms servicing them in the City of London and was fired for telling his boss. “What part of NO do you not understand.”  He wasn’t even allowed to clear his desk and still misses his yellow plastic pencil sharpener. 

In 2007, he won the Outstanding Novel at the Southern California writer’s conference and is a member of the Irish Writing Centre, and “live” writing groups in Dublin. His research has taken him all over the world from San Francisco to the smallest Turkish Islands. He likes looking at the stars and listening to the stories of strangers.

http://www.thinkwithgoogle.com Aims to prepare you for what's going to happen next in the digital future. A magazine with a modern and clean design. Easily navigated, with eye-catching visuals and color-coded tags to help locate related articles.

http://danniehill.wordpress.com/ The musings of a writer based in Thailand following his dream of living in a foreign and exotic place.