This Post Contains no Controversy. We Apologize for the Inconvenience.

- by E. C. Ambrose

I suppose it should come as no surprise that the best way to attract attention for your blog is to be controversial.  Talk politics or religion, suggest doing something playful but unpleasant to animals, take on whatever juggernaut is dominating the opinion pages of the paper. I have, on my own blog, done my share […]

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The Times They Are A-Changing

- by Nancy Gideon

Just when you think you know where it’s at, somebody moves it! That’s how I felt about the e-book revolution. I had no problem with e-readers and e-books . . . as long as I had print to fall back on. The feel of a book in hand, the sight of it on the stands, […]

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Judge a Book By Its Cover?

- by Susan Lyons

When it comes to people, you can miss a lot if you judge by that first superficial impression. The same is true with books, and yet we all do it, don’t we? That’s the purpose of a book cover. It’s release day for Body Heat from Kensington Brava (written under my pen name Susan Fox). […]

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Everything’s Coming up Videos!

- by Elaine Isaak

A few months ago, everyone was buzzing about book trailers–those little movie ads for upcoming releases, and you can find all sorts of them on-line so much so, that now many people are saying they are passe. Or does that mean they are like websites, not hot any more, but still everyone should have at […]

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