Bestsellers Janet Evanovich and Stephen J. Cannell have inked a deal with Warner Books to coauthor a series of adventure novels. The hardcover titles will be set in Orange County and follow the adventures of a former Special Forces operative, Benjamin Cannon. The first book, No Chance, is set to ... more >
Dear Ms. O’Reilly, We’re having paranormal week here at Dear Author so I pulled “The Diva’s Guide to Selling Your Soul” out for a reread. If the Devil ever got a foothold in my household, it would be for the ability to munch out on chocolate truffles and deep fried ... more >
Well, it’s not madness yet but with two big name authors doing collabs with men, how many others are jumping on the collaboration bandwagon? Via He Wrote, She Wrote Janet Evanovich and Stephen J. Cannell’s new hardcover adventure series, in a major deal, in a two-book deal, to Jamie Raab ... more >
Valley of Silence? The first two were released in ebook format but not this final entry in the trilogy? I hate Penguin.
Dear Ms. MacKay aka Welfonder: The name change is so sly. And who says brands aren’t important! I confess that had I known that Ms. MacKay was Ms. Sue Ellen Welfonder, I wouldn’t have read this book because despite the repackaging: better covers, new name, the writing is still the ... more >
Dear Ms. Nash, I keep trying your series set in Roman Britain because I love the time period. “Celtic Fire” had some problems for me and unfortunately so does “The Grail King.” Owein (the brother of the Celtic heroine in “Celtic Fire”) lives alone in the ruins of his village. ... more >