Remember the Harris Interactive study which reported that Baby Boomers were feeling left out of the TV market. In a small nod toward baby boomers, HarperCollins is releasing its large-print titles with the debut of HarperLuxe. HarperLux will feature 14 point font (compare to the 16 point font used in ... more >
Sales for Hastings and Books a Million were up in the third quarter due to improved sales of hardcover bestsellers.
Dear Readers, In addition to her novels about India, M.M. Kaye also wrote a series of mystery novels set in exotic places. In “Death in Berlin,” she uses war torn 1953 Berlin as a backdrop to mystery and romance. “The strange beauty and terrible past of war-scarred Berlin. Miranda Brand ... more >
On August 24, 2006, Avon began a round robin sort of fan lit contest in which writers would submit chapters which were voted on by readers. Two winners were chosen, one at random and one which was an “editorial” selection. Sara Dennis (I think she’s commented here before) was the ... more >
Dear Ms. Frank: This book, apparently, has been a highly touted first novel. I am always looking for a new debut author to latch onto like white on rice. Alas, while this is a paranormal not featuring vampires or shapeshifters, the concept of the story is not new and the ... more >
Dear Ms Archer, The back blurb for this Harlequin Next book was a little confusing. Something about grown children and empty nest syndrome and being in Hell. Well, that’s a lot of the story but not quite all. Dana Logan can’t imagine where all the years went. One day her ... more >