First published in 1891, this morality tale pits a scientist, a government worker, his mistress, a deacon, and a physician against one another in a verbal battle of wits and ethics that explodes into a violent contest: the duel. When… more
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British Occupied Manhattan, 1777. With her witty comedies, American actress Jennifer Leighton has been packing the John Street Theater, but she longs to escape the provincial circuit for the glamour of the London stage. When the playwright General John Burgoyne… more
Dear Patricia Briggs, Warning: Gushing review to follow. (There are also a couple more serious trigger warnings further down). I loved this book. I’m an unabashed fan of both your Mercy Thompson and Alpha & Omega series’. Alpha & Omega… more
Dear Ms. Mandel, I first heard of Station Eleven, your post-apocalyptic literary novel, when my friend, author Meredith Duran recommended it to me. I was a bit hesitant to read it — literary fiction can be emotionally hard on me… more
Dear Elle Kennedy, I saw some buzz on Twitter about The Deal and immediately sent an email off to Jane begging for a copy. I loved this book so hard. The characters grabbed me from the start and didn’t let… more
Welcome to the Promotional Thread for Authors. What’s this you say? I read quite a few blogs outside the romance blogosphere and many of the big ones have a daily open thread where the commenters drive the bus. The rules… more