Monday, 20 June 2016

Mind the Gap ....

In response to a couple of enquiring emails from Deighton Dossier blog and website readers ....

Empty pages can be hard to fill, sometimes
Yes, posting up on the Deighton Dossier website and blog by me in the past few months has been slow .... very slow.

I can only apologise, particularly if it's deprived readers of the opportunity to share thoughts on Len Deighton and his numerous works.

My fault. I have been caught up with other things in my life related to work and suchlike that have demanded my attention, and still do. Having posted vociferously for the past eight years on the blog, hopefully readers will accept the (I hope temporary) slowing down of postings. There's still plenty that could be written about and news, as it arrives - such as the impending showing of SS-GB on BBC TV - will be covered.

However, if any readers have ideas of contributions/post they'd like to make and put up on the blog, website, do get in touch - there are plenty of interesting perspectives to hear anew on Len's works, which I haven't touched upon yet.

While I am caretaker of this website and blog, it should be a resource for the loyal, if small, online community of Len Deighton readers and collectors and I'm happy to support that in any way appropriate.

Thanks for your understanding!

1 comment:

  1. No need to apologize. I just stumbled onto your blog today and am amazed at the amount of content here.

    I have only just finished my first Len Deighton book 'Berlin Game'. Having finished all 23 Le Carre books I was looking for another great spy writer and am suitable impressed. In fact I read Berlin Game when I was staying at a hotel in East Berlin and got a kick out of walking down the same streets Mr Deighton wrote about. I love the way he described Normannenstrasse and I related it to the Stasi offices having visited that site (now a museum) that very morning.

    Keep up the great work, I will be back!