Richard Wright

author of strange, dark fictions

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The Policy of Linkage

April 14, 2006 by Richard Wright in Journal

Because this journal, regardless how chatty and informal it gets, is self-promotional by nature, you won’t find a blogroll or list of links to people who in turn link back to me. By all means do link back to me, if you think your readers will benefit from this, but that won’t automatically generate a link in return from me.

What I will link to is web sites or articles which I’m talking about. Occasionally, if you’ve dropped me a line asking for a link and there’s some relevance to my own journal, I’ll make a quick post like this one.

So, here are a couple of links to people who have already pointed me to their sites.

John Baker is the author of several novels published by Orion in the UK. From my quick check of his journal, he’s also a fine thinker and compelling blogger, and I’ll be going back for a closer look when I get the time.

Shirley Buxton is a self-published author who has had some success with her books, selling a good few thousand.

And here are some links to people who didn’t ask for one, but who I’ve no hesitation in recommending to you.

Junklight, also referred to as mark with No Capitalisation Whatsover, is a friend, entrepreneur, poet, musician, compulsive breeder of little people, and generally good bloke.

Mark West is a UK based horror author whose first novel, In The Rain With The Dead, I can’t recommend strongly enough.

Steve Vernon is also a writer of horror, based in Nova Scotia. His novella Long Horn, Big Shaggy features zombie buffalo. What’s not to like about that?

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  1. Steve VernonApril 15, 2006 at 11:28 am

    Thanks for the link, Richard.

  2. Shirley BuxtonMay 3, 2006 at 3:10 pm

    Thank you very much for the link. I wish you well with your projects.

    Blessings,

    Shirley

  3. shirley buxtonMay 26, 2006 at 4:07 pm

    You’re invited. Please read my post from today and all the comments. 🙂

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