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  • I've begun to wonder if the whole concept of 'books sell better with girls' faces on the cover' is a scary parallel to the advertising industry, which continues to sow...
  • How I see these informative bites, Kamy is from a different lens, perhaps. I see that because we are unfairly represented within the hierarchical status formations lik...
  • Jan, the best to you. It's a cold and rainy day here in Western Mass. Stacy's book is really good. I'll be doing another piece on it for the Huffington Post, because it is a remarkable (unusual) break up story. Take good care! Madeline
  • Trump's atrocious spelling is embarrassing. However, I see a much more dangerous and insidious abuse of the English language resulting from this election: the reckless...
  • You make a very good point. The celebrity tell-all is only one type of book to be written, there are many other types of books worthy of mass publication. I like you h...
  • Writer and mother of a relinquished child here... As a writer, I am humbled by the struggle of what to call mothers who have relinquished children for adoption, other...
  • My first three books were published by mass market publishers -- Houghton Mifflin, Simon & Schuster and Bloomsbury -- but when it came time to write a small book o...
  • Victoria, I love the follow through! Keep it up! I've definitely had the same workshop experiences - I brought something in I thought everyone would love and they hate...
  • Gabrielle - This was a horror.  It reminded me of 911 too. That same helpless feeling. I feel so badly for all the families. We can pray they find out why this happene...
  • I think it's hard to write with emotional authenticity without drawing upon some our own experiences.  I am reading March by Geraldine Brooks, and it is impressive how...