Dear Ms. Leigh: Arm Candy was one of the first Harlequin Blaze novels I ever read; in fact, it was a book I read early on in my Romance reading (what can I say: I started late). Right away, though,… more
For fun, someone has crafted a periodic table of fonts. In not so fun news, Simon & Schuster has decimated its sales force, leaving only 7 sales representatives and replacing the void with a team of telemarketers. Shelf Awareness first… more
While the traditional advance/royalty model is the least risky for authors, its open to only a limited few within a limited framework. Publishers are buying books that they can sell to bookstore buyers and distribution partners. The benefit of digital reseller market is that the filter is not the bookstore buyer or the distribution buyer because there is no artificial limitation set physical boundaries. The digital bookshelf is infinite and endless.
Dear Ms. Adrian: I’ve had an on again off again relationship with this series. I adored Midnight Awakening but struggled with Veil of Midnight. I liked Shades better than the last two but not as much as Midnight Awakening. One… more
I hope you are enjoying the holidays. We are taking a mini vacation this week (if you haven’t noticed the light schedule this past week) which means only one review a day and no opinions. Today we’ve got a link… more
Beware, there are spoilers for the series in the review itself so if you want to read The Mitchells of Riverview Inn without being spoiled one iota, please don’t read this review: Dear Ms. O’Keefe: Worth Fighting For brings together… more