Dear Ms. More, “Allegiance” caught my eye as I’m always looking for a good western and it’s harder and harder to find them in print anymore. Unfortunately, I don’t think you’ll like to read my opinion of it. Amy Baker and her brother Jeb are headed downriver to New Orleans ... more >
Said tongue in cheek. Keishon reports his presence on Top Idol and Gizmodo features him helping out the Best Buy Geek Squad.
Dear Ms. Brockway: I have loved you in the past and while I have dreaded favorite historical authors move to contemporary, I figured if anyone could do it, it would be you. After all, people complain that your historical voice was too modern. A contemporary would fit you like a ... more >
Dear Ms. Brockway, I had no idea you were moving to contemporaries. Uneasy feeling number one: I usually don’t like it when traditionally historical authors move in that direction. Why? I dunno. I guess I just get used to them writing about the past, their historical “voice” and style. I ... more >
We’re having dueling reviews and giving away a copy of the book to a random commenter of any post here at DearAuthor so long as it is made on Thursday
Dear Ms. Martell, I wasn’t sure what to expect from this book as I know next to nothing about the dominatrix lifestyle or activities. Sure I have an image of a woman clad in skintight black vinyl or leather wearing wearing killer shoes/boots and wielding a whip but what else ... more >