In light of Laura Kinsale’s rant on how political correctness is ruining the genre, I thought this was an apropos video for the week. And the lawyer in me loves it too. Next week’s video is a video review of Kresley Cole’s No Rest for the Wicked.
Dear Ms. Shinn: I remember that I originally checked this book out from the library. I had been a reader of yours but you hadn’t quite made it on my hardcover TBB list. The book languished on my nightstand for about two weeks when I realized I was getting close ... more >
Dear Mrs. Aylmer, “Pride and Prejudice” is a story filled with characters who, even two centuries after it was written, still inspire us to want to know more about them. I haven’t read too many of these homages to Jane Austen’s world but “Darcy’s Story” might make me change my ... more >
I hate to do this during Sharon Shinn week but it is an important issue that needs to be addressed. There are still many fans who have paid for Wildcat Arrows and have not received it. Elizabeth, who graciously agreed to be interviewed here at Dear Author, is no longer ... more >
Dear Ms. Shinn, Although The Dream-Maker’s Magic is the third book in your series of books that began with The Safe-Keeper’s Secret and continued in The Truth-Teller’s Tale, it easily stands on its own. And although, like the two earlier books, it is aimed at young adults, this adult enjoyed ... more >
Dear Mr and Mrs Houston, The description of “Charade” at Fictionwise leaves a little bit to be desired. It lead me to believe this would be a fun, happy book about two people cooking up a zany plan to keep the hero’s father (for heart healthy reasons) from overdoing the ... more >