Tag: Rants

Publisher Ellora’s Cave Sues Book Blog Dear Author #ChillingEffect

Publisher Ellora’s Cave Sues Book Blog Dear Author #ChillingEffect

I’m sure most of you have heard about this. For those who haven’t, a quick recap. On September 14, Jane of Dear Author wrote a blog post titled The Curious Case of Ellora’s Cave. She outlined the history behind the company – praising them for being one of the first e-publishers to offer authors and […]

Love, Rosie by Cecelia Ahern- A Rant…

Posted February 25, 2013 by Rowena in Discussions | Tagged: , , , | 1 Comment
Love, Rosie by Cecelia Ahern- A Rant…

There will be major spoilers from the book in this rant, so this is your warning. * * S P O I L E R S * * This month’s book club pick (for my offline book club, that is) is Love, Rosie by Cecelia Ahern.  I haven’t read this book in ages, I re-read […]

The Story Siren is a Plagiarist, Not a Victim

The Story Siren is a Plagiarist, Not a Victim

Holly: Over the last few days, the blogging world has blown up over a plagiarism scandal. I first learned about it from the Smart Bitches website. After following the yellow link road, I was appalled and frustrated by what I was seeing. I’ll let you visit the SB site, or Grit and Glamour and Beautifully […]

Review/Rant: Any Given Christmas by Candis Terry

Review/Rant: Any Given Christmas by Candis Terry

Holly‘s review of Any Given Christmas (Sugar Shack, Book 2) by Candis Terry Dean Silverthorne’s mother may be dead, but she still has matchmaking to do. When an injury dashes NFL Quarterback Dean Silverthorne’s Super Bowl dreams, he heads back to Deer Lick, Montana with a chip on his wounded shoulder and more determined than […]

A New Form of Plagarism: Authors Beware

A New Form of Plagarism: Authors Beware

The other night on Twitter, Donna and Bree, the writing duo that makes up Moira Rogers, were talking about finding one of their novels on Scribd, Bookrix and other sites for writers to share their original work. In this case, the writer in question, one Angela Priest, had taken a novel of Rogers, changed a […]