Well, folks, it’s crunch time for me – midterms are coming up as well as research papers, plus I’ve got some personal issues that are looking over my shoulder right now that I need to deal with. I’m so distracted that writing reviews just doesn’t jive with me right now, so I am, with reservations, [...]
Well, here it is, Neolibrarium nation: The exclusive interview with Gail Z. Martin, author of the series “The Chronicles of the Necromancer”. The interview was conducted by Grand High Poobah. We hope you enjoy it. ———————————— Q. You’ve managed throughout the series to create a very detailed system of belief with the eight-faceted deity of [...]
Tomorrow, Grand High Poobah will publish her exclusive interview with Fantasy Author Gail Z. Martin.Â All four books of the “Chronicles of the Necromancer” series by Gail Z. Martin have been reviewed here extensively, with all of the books in the series consistently receiving pretty high praise, which is no small feat. Here’s what we’ve [...]
The virginian I have to say it is one of the best books I have ever read. I am not generally a fan of westerns in literature, mainly because you can never be sure how accurate it is. I have read them before, because they were almost exclusively what my grandfather read, but in my own reading I tend toward entirely new worlds instead of older and more familiar worlds based on history.
1. Over the weekend, Amazon settled its pricing dispute with Macmillan. Term were, as usual, not disclosed, but they’re expected to include higher prices for e-books. 2. Just as one pricing spat ended for Amazon, another one began. Also over the weekend, Hachette Book Group sent a letter to book agents stating that it would [...]
First, the quote: Although the image is contrary to Jane Austen’s unassuming nature, I like to contemplate the “Pride and Prejudice” author in paradise, ruining eternity for the dour BrontÃ« sisters and George Eliot by issuing smug daily updates about the mini-industry of Austen knock-offs that her work has inspired. “Bridget Jones’s Diary,” “The Jane [...]
Two days ago we brought you the breaking news that Amazon had removed publisher Macmillan’s titles from its site, as a result of an e-book price dispute. Well, the initial fracas did not last very long, as late Sunday evening, one side capitulated