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About Jane Litte

Jane Litte is the founder of Dear Author, a lawyer, and a lover of pencil skirts. She spends her downtime reading romances and writing about them. Her TBR pile is much larger than the one shown in the picture and not as pretty. You can reach Jane by email at jane @ dearauthor dot com

Posts by Jane Litte:

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The Threeway

No, no, no, Gentle Reader, not the Ellora’s Cave Threeway. I’m talking Love Triangles. Some readers love them. Lisa Kleypas gave a synposis of her contemporary due out in 2007 over at AAR. It features a Love Triangle between one… more

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June Ebook Contest

Dear Readers and Authors: Edited to add: We often get offers of free books related to this contest but we decided in last month’s contest that we would buy all the books we chose so we could remain objective. We… more

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False Advertising?

The comment thread for this post is now closed. Any further comments on this topic can be made here. Please remember that the comment section is for discussion of the review or topic. It is not a place to promote… more

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Books Jane Is Contemplating for Read/Purchase – June 2006

Thinking about these books: Contemporary/Contemporary Romantic Suspense Bevarly, Elizabeth – Express Male (HQN) Bird, Sarah – The Flamenco Academy (hardcover–KNOPF) (reserved at library) Brashares, Ann – The Girl of Lost Things (hardcover–RIVB) (reserved at library) Civil-Brown, Sue – Hurricane Hannah… more

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What is Art?

Ms. Kinsale has went on to clarify that her post was more about differentiating books from a service industry. To some degree I agree with her, but the whole discussion raise an interesting point for me as to what is… more

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All Books Are Art?

The SB’s have a letter from Laura Kinsale up at her website. Somehow I doubt she will ever write a letter to us but I felt compelled to respond (don’t I always). Dear Authors: If you (and by you, I… more