Dear Ms. Hale: I’ve read 2 good books by you and I keep hoping for more. I keep getting disappointed. I read the blurb for this and thought it might be stupid but for some reason I ended up buying it anyway. Dunno why. Anyway, what could have been an ... more >
Dear Mrs McPhee, You really lucked out in the cover department. Not a man titty in sight. I’m a sucker for a shipboard/Naval romance and 2/3 of this one is spent at sea. The heroine is fleeing from an arranged marriage to an evil villain (author needs to work on ... more >
Dear Ms. Vaughan: I have been axiously awaiting the second book of your trilogy and was less than pleased to see that bookstores were abiding by the laydown date and not releasing the book until Tuesday. I am not much for delayed gratification. (unlike Jay who likes to hoard the ... more >
Dear Yvonne Collins and Sandy Rideout Who knew that a focus puller was so important to a movie? Not moi, I assure you. But now I do and I loved learning about it in “What I Really Want to Do is Direct.” Though told in 1st person (after all, it ... more >
Dear Big NY Publishers: I am a big fan of the ebook. I started reading them about 5 years ago on my laptop. One of the things that I find frustrating as an ebook reader is the lack of ebooks being released from mainstream publishers. How hard is it, really, ... more >
Dear Ms. Crusie: I have been following your books since the publication of Getting Rid of Bradley. I have pretty much loved all of them except for Strange Bedpersons. But even you acknowledged that story didn’t quite work out as well as you had hoped. My favorite contemporary list includes ... more >
Dear Ms. James: I am just a simple reader. I understand that you like to write books with subtle clues and hints as the character evolves. But because I am a simple reader, your subtle clues and hints went way past me. Let’s look at your recent contribution to the ... more >
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