Apparently one commenter has gone completely nutso over the whole Miss Snark disses romance author shindig. Karen S has been paying attention and pulled out the comment by WitLit Today, whose own blog, while having cute pictures of dogs, is… more
Sony is not being a good child. It is reported at Mobile Read that Fictionwise contacted Sony about selling its multiformat books in BBeB format (the proprietary format Sony uses). Sony has refused. The only way to get BBeB books… more
According to her newsletter, Fire Study will be released in trade (yeah) in March 2008 (boo). The reason Fire Study has been pushed back is because Harlequin has moved my Study series from LUNA to MIRA. MIRA wants to re-issue… more
Brought to our attention by poster, Sallahdog, Ms. Crusie has a whole different take from Miss Snark on the Anne Stuart interview at All About Romance stating that it wasn’t unprofessional. Let the pile on begin.
National Book Award Winners Fiction Richard Powers, The Echo Maker Nonfiction Timothy Egan, The Worst Hard Time: The Untold Story of Those Who Survived the Great American Dust Bowl Poetry Nathaniel Mackey, Splay Anthem Young People’s Literature M.T. Anderson, The… more
Borders announced that 12 million customers have signed up for the Borders Rewards program. This is a free program wherein you can get special coupons and savings just for handing over all your personal information to Borders. Plus, you get… more
According to Book Standard, the following top three books sold more than 100,000 units (as compared to last week when the only two of the top five sold over 100K units). Last week, if you sold more than 50K, you… more
Remember when the chick lit wars were burning this summer? We blogged about Elizabeth Merrick’s hate of the pink covers and shopping included in books. She published a collection of “real” fiction by the top voices in women’s literature. Alison… more