By the way, I am pretty sure this is fake. Its funny nonetheless.
About Jane Litte
Posts by Jane Litte:
Dear Ms. Phillips: This book was a fairly average read until about page 145 or so when it turns into a complete wall banger for me. Probably you loyal fans will enjoy your latest installment, but I wasn’t won over…. more
Dear Ms. Wolf: You hate writing these romance books, don’t you? I can see your boredom throughout your entire book as you cobbled together a story stealing scenes and characters from previous books. The whole story is uninspired. Diana Sherwood… more
Dear Ms. Britton: Here’s some advice. Put this up on your website, rally your author friends, decry the reviewer’s writing credentials (I have none), and your sales numbers will rise. That is the lemonade of out this lemon. The heroine… more
I have only been to one Literacy Signing. I lugged a suitcase full of books from my house to the signing much to the chagrin of Ned who was forced to carry it everywhere (at least when there was no… more
CONTEST! Phaze is releasing six stories to be published early next month as part of their Samba Heatsheet line – all stories set in South America. Phaze will offer two Dear Author readers three downloads apiece. Just post in the… more
Dear Ms. Feehan: I haven’t bought a book written by you in years. My neighbor bought this one and offered it to me. It’s hard to turn down free books and I thought I remembered you fondly. After reading the… more
George Bush gives German Chancellor an impromptu back massage at the G-8 Summit. Very appropriate. I think he must be reading too many of those Harlequin Presents Boss/Secretary books.
Vanessa Jaye linked to an interesting blog post from Anne Frasier. Anne Frasier used to write really wonderful romances under the name of Theresa Weir. About 5 years ago she started publishing in the suspense genre. Her print runs are… more
Dear Ms. Brodeur: Mancamp features two women who have had enough of men in NY City who have had enough of the men in the city. The men no longer know how to fix things, open doors, or be manly… more
Dear Ms. Carey, Your voice is like none other than I have ever read. You have a way of making a 700 page book seem like a glorious journey instead of an arduous task. When I first recieved the book,… more
Dear Ms. Vaughn: I understand that this is the second in a series which started last year. I am happy to report that it stood alone without any need to read the first book (although I am sure that it… more