Fantasy | Random House of Canada – It’s a slow news day so I’m going to link to the website to Random House Canada which has one of the best publisher sites I’ve seen. It’s definitely a site that is designed for the moment as future release dates are hard to come by. However, it highlights the books above all else and I like that. It doesn’t hurt that the fantasy page has my favorite quote in a werewolf series ever. (It’s from Bitten by Kelley Armstrong, the first book in her Women of the Otherworld series)Random House Canada
The FAA is seeking comment from passengers, airlines, flight attendants and the makers of electronic devices on a variety of topics such as procedures for testing and gathering data about how portable electronic devices interact with aircraft systems, how to build avionics systems and aircraft that don’t react to Kindles or iPads, and how to build gadget that wouldn’t cause such interference. The agency also wants passengers to weigh in on topics like whether or not voice calls on aircraft would be distracting or staring at your e-reader might make you less likely to pay attention to the safety briefings at the beginning of each flight.Mobile Technology News
“The Chinese People’s Daily Online reported that Yao Haijun, the deputy director of Science Fiction World (SFW), the world’s biggest selling science fiction periodical, has signed a contract that will make award-winning author Liu Cixin’s “Three Body” trilogy the first full-length sci-fi work to be translated for an overseas audience, calling it “a great leap for the Chinese sci-fi industry.””Publishing Perspectives
The strange and wonderful world of eroticacock – Has, Lou and MinnChica, all erotic romance book lovers, share some of their worst memories of the male member in erotica romance. Most of them are cringe inducing. Others made me cross my legs and whimper in sympathetic pain. As Has tweeted, it’s “NSFW for hoohaas or work” (NSFW=Not Safe for Work)
““He was like this giant fucking machine, with this huge cock tearing into her, dilating her more than should be possible outside of childbirth.””The Book Pushers
Jane Litte is the founder of Dear Author, a lawyer, and a lover of pencil skirts. She self publishes NA and contemporaries (and publishes with Berkley and Montlake) and 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