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Caroline Manzo, Morgan Fairchild, Plus HarperCollins Fetes William Boyd - Posted November 2, 2011
One of the things I love most about chronicling the Wednesday scene at Michael's is the random celeb sightings that seem to come out of left field. On offer today: television stars of the past and present that represent the changing (and fickle?) tastes of the viewing public. When none other... [FishbowlLA]

Erika Hayasaki Recycles for LA Times--Again - Posted September 12, 2007
Erika Hayasaki is still reporting on all the news fit to print in the New York Times. Of course, since she writes for the Los Angeles Times--well, you can see the problem. Free-lunch Foragers Sept. 11, 2007, LAT ... [FishbowlLA]

9/11 Novels Don't Stack Up to Non-Fiction - Posted September 11, 2007
USA Today's Bob Minzesheimer compares numbers on fiction and non-fiction published since 9/11 that happen to focus in some way upon the event. 1,036 non-fiction titles - most notably the 9/11 COMMISSION REPORT - have found their way to bookstores in the past six years according to Books in Print,... [GalleyCat]

Cabbing Down NYC's Mean Streets - Posted August 28, 2007
USA Today's Bob Minzesheimer meets Melissa Plaut, the woman behind the blog New York Hack and author of HACK: How I Stopped Worrying About What to Do With My Life and Started Driving a Yellow Cab. One of only about 200 female cabbies in... [GalleyCat]

Dangerous Book Inspires Copycats - Posted June 19, 2007
So Conn and Hal Iggulden's DANGEROUS BOOK FOR BOYS is proving to be quite the success over here after its popularity took the UK by storm last year. And because of this, reports... [GalleyCat]

We're Going To Need a New Name for This - Posted April 4, 2007
USA Today's Bob Minzesheimer looks at roman a clef novels that the authors swear are anything but. Meghan Daum wonders if memoirists should even bother documenting their self-absorbed lives when they can walk into Starbucks and see ... [GalleyCat]

Inside Patterson, Inc. - Posted February 5, 2007
I've said all along that to treat James Patterson like any other author - and hold him to the same standards - is an unwise move. He used to run an advertising agency, and the model he's concocted is clearly based on having a CEO come up with big ideas, and... [GalleyCat]

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