A couple new books are in the works that demonize the heads of publishing houses from the view of publicity assistants. According to Jerome Weeks: And it continues, in part, because publicity has little glamor or clout in publishing; most people don’t want to do it, even though, if publishers ... more >
Dear Readers, According to the note in this book, EP Roe was a popular writer in the late 19th century. This book contains three short stories which take place near Christmas and were first publish in 1869. A Christmas Eve Suit: a young lawyer decides the time has come for ... more >
Echoing the sentiment of JP Morgan’s, publishers are looking to sign and release more non fiction, political books for the 2007, 2008 year. Out are the “angry liberal” books and in are issue-based books, biographies, personal books from presidential candidates, and war books. Via Book Standard.
Dear Ms. Burton: I think this is one of those books were the hook will totally captivate people or turn them off. Gina Bliss is an action star in the vein of Jackie Chan. She does all her stunts herself. Coming off of back to back action movie blockbusters, Gina ... more >
Dear Ms. Andrews, Whenever I read that a book is set in the American South, I get excited and tense at the same time. Will the author make it feel right for this Southern girl or go with stereotyped characters, complete with double first names, who make me cringe? You ... more >
Dear Ms. Kessler: As you said when you sent me this book, hell is the new black and you must be glad that your book is released at the forefront of the paranormal romance craze to redeem demons and Hell. This is a first person story told by succubus turned ... more >