Dear Ms Strohmeyer, I remember when I first fell in love with Chick Lit. It was fresh then, new, exciting, funny. Well, as the years passed the freshness wore off. I started to get tired of bumbling, clueless women who… more
Kathleen O’Reilly first came to my attention in the anthology, Hell with the Ladies, but it wasn’t until my blogging partner wrote her review of O’Reilly’s Harlequin Blaze, Beyond Breathless, that had me moving O’Reilly from an author I should… more
Lisa Valdez shocked the romance community with her provocative tale Passion. The book was considered quite controversial for its subject matter. Long, passionate discussions were had on many an email loop and public message board. Readers anxiously awaited the release… more
I was looking at the March slate of releases a couple months back. There were so many awesome March releases that we could barely fit all the reviews in the last week of February and the first couple weeks of… more
A couple new books are in the works that demonize the heads of publishing houses from the view of publicity assistants. According to Jerome Weeks: And it continues, in part, because publicity has little glamor or clout in publishing; most… more
Forbes has a series of articles about the future of publishing. Forbes tells us that “People are reading more, not less. The Internet is fueling literacy.” The articles are entertaining and informative.
First James Patterson joins RWA and now Hiassen is selling a romance?