Christy Brownfield, staff writer for the UW-Milwaukee Post, picked up Santa Baby as her entry into the world of the romance genre. Sounds like she liked it.
Connected books, featuring different protagonists set in the same world, have long been a staple of romance and series books, featuring the same protagonists, are starting to see an increase. As a reader, I am starting to suffer reader fatigue from the connected and the series books. Romance authors, more ... more >
After emailing Random House about the closing of its ebookstore, I asked Kelley Allen for an interview regarding Random House’s digital publishing mission. She kindly spent some time with me this week discussing digital publishing in general and what to expect from Random House. What is Random House’s committment to ... more >
Dear Ms Howard: I wasn’t really much of a Blair fan the first time around and with any book in the first person, if you don’t love the narrator, you aren’t going to love the book. I didn’t find her as irritating as I did in To Die For, but ... more >
Why is it that this type of thing is never the focus of a romance book?
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.