Whenever a series I love moves to hardcover, I groan. Not just because it means either paying extra for a space-hogging misfit with a cover that doesn’t match the rest of the series, or waiting another year for the paperback to be released. This transition, to me, usually means extra pressure on an author to deliver on a series when they may have run out of inspiration.
Continue reading Does moving to hardcover mid-series signal a decline in quality?
2014 was an interesting year of reading. While I haven’t managed to read as much as I wanted, what I’ve read has changed. A look at format, genre, price, and authorial gender and nationality.
Continue reading What I Read in 2014
Here are some examples of the three most common crimes I’ve encountered. Continue reading Formatting & Fonts: When Publishers Get it Wrong