Dear Ms. Kennedy: Your book came to my attention due to mentions by author Courtney Milan on Twitter. As Ms. Milan had recommended a previous book to me that I enjoyed quite a bit, I thought I would give your story a try. It helped, too, that SuperLibrarian blogged favorably ... more >
Dear Ms. Eden: Thank you for sending me an ARC of your book. You had sent me the first one Hotter After Midnight but I didn’t get around to reading it so I appreciate your persistence in following up with me. I’ve written recently that I’ve been suffering paranormal malaise of ... more >
It was over a year ago, I think, that Samhain and Kensington announced that Samhain would produce a mass market imprint under the Kensington flag. Lynne Connolly broke the news that the venture is no longer going forward: “By mutual agreement Kensington and Samhain have dissolved our co-venture agreement. Current ... more >
Hilary Sares, a Senior Editor for Kensington, has left. Sares acquired books for Aphrodisia, Brava, and Zebra; but was primarily responsible for the Aphrodisia line. Whether this is a voluntary separation or a layoff is unknown. Her main line, Aphrodisia, is being cut in half . Note: Jessica Faust, the blogger-agent at ... more >
Dear Ms. Johnson: I’ve re-read some of your backlist titles so many times, the cover fell off the paperback copies. I think you were writing erotic romance before erotic romance was even a commonly used term. What I loved most was the lush beauty of the writing that some might ... more >
A sharp eyed reader noticed a “Comfort View” format for some Kensington books. The prices are similar to trade prices. The release date says 2025. I assume that is wrong. But is “Comfort View” the Venti paperback? Trade paperback publications of mass markets? Inquiring book buyers want to know.