A couple of weeks ago, I alluded to the fact that we would be featuring our first author interview. Sharon Shinn is an author that Janine and Jayne forced introduced to me years ago. I was reluctant to read Shinn because she is classified as a fantasy author and even ... more >
Dear Mrs. Smith, Somehow I’ve missed reading your previous novels. Oh, not because I’ve not heard of them or how good they are. In fact, several of them are long time favorite reads of people whose literary opinions I trust. I guess I’ve just been stupid. Or as we say ... more >
Part Two of the three part series on promises in romance. Part One was the delivery of promises and Part Two is about the promise itself. Part Three is about the breaking of promises or what I like to think of as When Good Authors Go Bad. Branding is an ... more >
This past week, Sony sent an email letting everyone know that its e ink reader is ready to ship. It’s now backordered, but it was ready to ship. E ink devices work kind of like sophisticated magna doodle boards. (In an unrelated riff, I had a MDB on my dorm ... more >
Dear Ms. Chase, When you started publishing again, I breathed a sigh of relief since it meant I didn’t have to hoard my supply of your trad regency books amymore. Sometimes I almost envy Cassie Edwards’ fans the huge backlist they can look forward to reading. FROM DISTRESS TO DISASTER ... more >
wouldn’t the military love to get their hands on this!