April 22, 2014

    Sweet!

    Look what book made this best-of list in Salon.com, and in some very distinguished company — that’s Rose Lerner’s Sweet Disorder lolling beneath and some other fantastic stuff on the list).   Nice blurb in the slideshow, too — he calls it “His Girl Friday” as a spy novel set in the Regency. Which was definitely […]

    February 19, 2014

    Old and New and Audibly Cool

    How about that? The Audio Publishers Association (APA) has announced finalists for its 2014 Audie Awards competition, the only awards program in the United States devoted entirely to honoring spoken word entertainment in 29 categories. And yes, the spoken version of my erotic novel Carrie’s Story has been nominated for an Audie in the brand […]

    December 14, 2013

    The Shame of Victimhood

    We finally saw 12 Years a Slave last week. And yes, it’s stunning. Both in its “sober beauty” and in the powerful wallop it packs, it’s stunning in the sense that it renders you speechless — and fills me with admiration for the professional movie reviewers who had to digest and render account of the […]


 

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