Cover Cafe nominations for 2010 are now open. If you want to nominate a cover for a book that has been published in 2010, please go to http://www.covercafe.com and click on Nominate. The new 2010 nomination form is now available. All About Romance has launched its annual readers’ poll. Author Stephen ... more >
Rosario is one of the oldest (not in age but in internet years) bloggers in romance. She was one of my first blog stops ever. She took a few years off from blogging because she was attending graduate school but now she’s back, churning out a quality review almost every ... more >
Tomorrow is the last day to Opt Out of the Google Book Settlement Agreement. You can do this online. The biggest question you have to answer is what do you get by opting in that you don’t get by opting out, other than $60 per book? The publishers are all ... more >
Cedar Rapids, Iowa suffered a terrible flood this summer and as a result the Cedar Rapids Public Library was nearly destroyed. Federal funds are being used to rebuild but there are no funds to replace the 20,000-30,000 books destroyed as a result of the water damage. If you want to ... more >
File this under what I would do if I won the lottery. Wired magazine has photos of the incredible 3600 square foot library of VRG* Jay Walker of WalkerDigital. He has a Sputnik, a copy of the first illustrated history book in history, an original Chaucer. Basically its the PORN ... more >
Library in Phoenix has the capabilities of allowing iPhone/iTouch/iPod users to download audio books. The users have to download a software that deletes the audio books after three weeks. I’m not exactly sure how that works but it is certainly a neat idea.