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sharon-cupp-pennington's picture
Okay, I admit it: I was a “hardcover snob.” Before my novel, Hoodoo Money, was released in trade paperback original in 2008. And that’s hardcover, not hardcore. Hmmm. . .or is it? I treated my hardcover tomes like prized possessions, jewels in my bookcase of keepers. Masterpieces by Stuart Woods,...
kemble-scott's picture
Years ago when I was working on my first novel SoMa, I went to a reading at Book Passage by Augusten Burroughs. He was internationally famous for his memoir Running with Scissors. I enjoyed that book, but what I really wanted was to meet an author whose work I felt was similar to mine. I don't...
merle-kessler's picture
There is a movement afoot here in the Big Red Room to call attention to the release of Patry Francis' thriller, THE LIAR'S DIARY, in paperback, which happened on Tuesday. Promoting a book is not easy in even the best of circumstances, and Patry Francis, the author, is ill. So we authors are doing...