According to a Harris Interactive study, 37% of Baby Boomers are having a difficult time finding television shows that are reflective of their lives. I wonder what publishers are doing (besides creating the slightly larger mass market book – don’t get me started) to address the needs of the Baby ... more >
In its November 19, 2006, column, the Post reports that paranormals are really hot these days particularly with the ladies who love bestiality. In the hot new “paranormal romance” version, the hero may literally be a stallion. Authors getting Post love? Keri Arthur (who doesn’t really write romance, does she?); ... more >
Last week, I had a short list of what publishers were doing right with ebooks. This week, I have a short list of what they are generally doing wrong with short individual complaints. (I am kind of ruining the whole “being thankful” thing, aren’t I?) Lack consistency in releasing formats: ... more >
Apparently one commenter has gone completely nutso over the whole Miss Snark disses romance author shindig. Karen S has been paying attention and pulled out the comment by WitLit Today, whose own blog, while having cute pictures of dogs, is one I don’t understand at all. Apparently by disagreeing with ... more >
Dear Mrs. Beverley, I had fond thought of this book before I even started it because it was the subject of the first email I ever exchanged with someone who’s become a dear friend of mine. I had mentioned after the year 2000 AAR Top 100 that I was looking ... more >
Even though Mario Lopez lost out to Emmitt Smith, he can still have a good time with this bird.