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Glutton For Punishment

I guess I’m a glutton for punishment since I once again gave Publisher’s Weekly an opportunity to review my work and PW once again slammed it. 332 more words

Flesh, Blood, and STARs

Exciting news!  Publishers Weekly gave Romantic Outlaws a starred review. Here’s the best quote:

“ lucid prose and multifaceted appraisal of Wollstonecraft, Shelley, and their times make warm-blooded and fully fleshed-out people of writers who exist for readers today only as the literary works they left behind.” 37 more words

Mary Shelley

Some Helpful Sites for Writers, Authors and Screenwriters

Here some links to sites and information that might be helpful to some of you-

If you’re indie author Publisher’s Weekly has a site called Booklife where you can submit your book for review- 57 more words

Sites Helping Writers

The first official review for Love Starved

“A low-key bit of mood music with two sweet and vulnerable men” -Publishers Weekly

Love Starved is now available for pre-order from the Interlude Press Web Store.

Love Starved

Matt Sumell - on Why Writing is So Hard and How to Write Anyway

Up on Publishers Weekly, Matt Sumell’s piece on Why Writing is So Hard (March 13th) speaks to my inner critic – how do you switch her off? 197 more words

Books

"Providence Rag" Now Available in Trade Paperback Edition

Providence Rag, the third book in my Edgar Award-winning series of hard-boiled Mulligan crime novels, is now available in a trade paperback edition.

The fourth, … 33 more words

Margaret Atwood Cover Reveal

Margaret Atwood’s first stand-alone novel in fifteen years, The Heart Goes Last, hits shelves in September. The book’s publisher, Nan A. Talese/Doubleday, revealed the cover this week. 116 more words