Yesterday it was brought to our attention that one of the reviews we posted contained questionable content relative to another review elsewhere of the same book. While the reviewer claims she wrote her review independently, The Book Pushers realizes that our reputation is dependent on the integrity of our reviews. Consequently, we have pulled the […]
The other day while I was chatting with Lou, we were talking about book tropes and how they developed over the years. We then found ourselves chatting about covers. ESPECIALLY romance covers!! I fell in love with romance after reading a Mills and Boons historical set in 1500s Spain. From that moment on, I voraciously […]
Ying and I had a fantastic day today which we partly spent with Nalini Singh who is currently in the UK. We also met up with a few twitter friends for the first time, Liz and Karen (Karen will have a YA book out sometime in 2011 called The Iron Witch) and we also met […]
Old books. Don’t you just love them? Well, I do, but my nose certainly does not – which makes for itchy and sneezy reading. I have a lot of fun looking and reading through books that were published before I was born. Except for Stormfire. I don’t wanna go there. **shudders** I don’t have to […]
…Has is the guest blogger over at the True Romance blog in Borders. Can I get a woot, woot! The topic she chose is very personal, and very close to her heart. So, if you can, pop over to True Romance and join the discussion.
Everyones Reading Shared via AddThis How awesome is this. All those free, shiny ebooks to download – courtesy of Mills and Boon. There is also a chance to win one of the new Sony Readers. Go and check it out!