Dear Mr. Beaumont, Anyone who’s ever had to suffer through workplace emails, workplace politics, and workplace Christmas parties needs to read this book. It’s effing brilliant. Told entirely through emails, we get to watch the annual Christmas party being planned at the Miller Shanks ad agency’s London branch office, as ... more >
Why do a year in review? That’s what the archives are for. Instead, let’s move forward and see how we can improve for the new year. 2007(!). Last year I came across a short “summary” by Lori Foster of her experiences with different editors. I thought the information was interesting ... more >
Despite my initial misgivings, I did go ahead and purchase a Sony Reader. I love the idea of the Sony Reader with its clear screen, sleek design and perfect size. I was disenchanted with its software program, both the Connect and the Reader’s own software. The lack of a good ... more >
Dear Ms. Childers, I admit I’m a sap for any books with cats in them and this one sounded cute and fluffy. Two older cats explain the magic and meaning of Christmas to a young kitten who’s puzzled by this whole Christmas Tree, packages, nativity scene and Santa idea. The ... more >
A war hero’s widow, Graceanne still has her adorable three-year-old twin boys to love–until she receives a letter from her late husband’s demanding cousin, Leland Warrington, the Duke of Ware. It seems that the duke–thirty-two years old, twice widowed, and with no forseeable plans to marry again–is in desperate need ... more >
To the Five people on the net who haven’t seen it yet. Have a happy holidays from the Two Ja(y)nes and Janine.