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Dear Author delivers two reviews each weekday and one review on each weekend of hidden gems, old favorites, and up and coming authors to watch. Every morning we provide a summary of the publishing news and every afternoon a curated list of deals for your ebook device. On Sundays we talk technology and reading. Every day there is new, fresh content. Click to read more about Dear Author.
In 1970 George Akerlof (Nobel Prize winner in Economics 2001) wrote a scholarly article called “The Market for Lemons: Quality Uncertainty and the Market Mechanism.” In true academic fashion, the article was deemed trivial by the top journals and he… more
What does Dear Author provide authors?
Dear Author is a community geared toward readers and we welcome authors with their reader hat on. Come on in and join the conversation. When it comes to a review, however, we gently encourage authors to remember that comments should be provided to encourage, not stifle, discussion.
We do offer promotional threads once a month as well as an opportunity to have your first page of an unpublished manuscript critiqued. Read more about what Dear Author offers to authors including why we write our reviews as a letter!
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This is the first book in our 2013 Book Club. I selected the book because I thought it was an m/m romance that even non m/m readers might find enjoyable. It had interesting discussion points about unexpected parenthood, social anxieties,… more
Dear Ms. Perkins: Charming. Adorable. Sweet. Dramatic. Compelling. Each word can be used to describe your latest release, Isla and the Happily Ever After. Isla Martin is high. She’s sitting in her favorite cafe in New York City, Kismet, spacing out when the… more
Open Thread for Authors and Readers
Here is our monthly Open Thread.Open Thread is like open mike night. Come and talk about everything and anything. Exchange recommendations with other Dear Author readers. Promote your own book (in the Author thread) Tell us how you feel about current trends or current books. Take it over. It's your space.