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1.Write a post encouraging readers to look through your archives: the easiest way to find my reviews is to follow the label ´review´. That is what I would do myself.
3. Visit other Weekly Geeks and go through their reviews. Leave links for them.
In principle, I am all for linking to other people´s reviews, and I even remember to do so occasionally. It will not be easy for me to find many Weekly Geek participants whose reviews I can link to, however, as I blog about crime novels only, and around half of the books are Scandinavian – some of which are not even translated into English.
During my hunt I came up with the following:
1) Louise of Lou’s Pages who has reviewed Asa Larsson, Black Path (in Danish). I have linked to Louise´s review in my own review (immediately below this post), and added two links to English reviews written by blog friends who are not Weekly Geeks.
2) Kerrie of Mysteries in Paradise has reviewed Jo Nesbo, Nemesis. My Nemesis review is here.
3) Erika of Kiss My Book has reviewed Sue Grafton, A is for Alibi. My review of A is for Alibi