Additional Reviews from around the net of DearAuthor’s January’s Book Club Selection. The general consensus is that this debut book features phenomenal world building featuring a strong heroine, a divine hero and a very sexy romance that is, at times, hampered by pacing issues and dialogue. If you’ve picked up ... more >
Leah Hultenschmidt is an editor with a unique perspective. She majored in Journalism and English; did internships at newspapers; was an editorial assistant at Dorchester and was Dorchester’s Director of Public Relations. In 2002, she was named in the Who’s Who of Professional Management. Two years ago, Ms. Hultenschmidt took ... more >
Not content with ruling the publishing world, Nora Roberts aims to take over the small screen starting with cable channel, Lifetime. Lifetime has an entire page devoted to Ms. Roberts, her movies and her books. There is a blog, exclusive video and a message board, in case you don’t get ... more >
In 2004, Google announced its plan to scan every book printed. They began working with university libraries such as Harvard, University of Michigan, and Oxford. This caused the publishing industry some great consternation because an author’s work would be included automatically unless the author chose to opt out. Problem was ... more >
Sybil sent me a link to a new romance site called Romance NovelTV. It has interviews with Nora Roberts and Eloisa James currently and looks, well, very professional. I wonder who is backing it?
Dear Ms. Briggs: As I was reading this book last night, I turned to Ned with an epiphany. “Ned,” I said, “When an author of a fantasy book can make you believe her truths, that’s a great book.” He replied, “that’s why I read fantasy.” Indeed. You have the unique ... more >