and I’m completely unable to think of anything interesting to chat about – besides wedding stuff – here are some random points of interest I’ve found while blogging around today:
Bookseller Chick has up two really wicked ads up of what she thought would be better to sell the new Spice line … compared to the ad Harlequin has actually come up with – see it here. I absolutely love both her ideas … too bad Harlequin wouldn’t hire her on to make them true … and it is completely something that would appeal to me.
Harlequin also has a new contest out to celebrate the release of the Spice line … definitely stuff worth winning.
The Book Bitches are going to have an interview with Janet Evanovich up later on today -can’t wait for that!
Anyone else waiting for Twelve Sharp to be released? Ranger or Morelli for you?
(and on a side note, scroll below the JE questions and there is some serious eye candy)
Keishon has a good post up about authors who have the best dialogue in their novels . Dialogue is one of the most important aspects of a novel for me, I have to have and the more there is the better. If there is too much description and observations I start to skim till I find dialogue. Anyone have any suggestions of authors that are really good at this?