Janet/Robin’s post on authorial intrusion into the text generated a very lively discussion. I was a little surprised, though, that one point of Robin’s was not picked up more: her careful distinction between the author as a person and… more
Dear Ms. Ashley: In The Madness of Lord Ian MacKenzie, Mac says to Ian: Mac sighed, cutting through the memory. “We’re Mackenzies. We don’t get happy endings.” Ian wiped his eyes with the back of his hand and didn’t answer…. more
From Jennifer Ashley, author I’m thrilled to announce the August 2 release of The Many Sins of Lord Cameron, the third book in the Mackenzies series, which began with The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie (reviewed here). Not only am… more
As of today, all of the book apps that work on Apple devices (iPhone, iPad, iTouch = iThings) have been stripped of the their in app catalogs and buy links. The apps are not to mention why the catalogs or… more
I loved Fletcher’s baby. Sam Fletcher(the guy dumped in Finn’s Twins) comes home from Tokyo to find his mother telling him that his Aunt Hattie left him everything, her inn and Josie. Josie came into his aunt’s life at fifteen… more
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