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Author Joseph Finder Revisits 'The Bravest Thing I Ever Did' - Posted May 28, 2014
In keeping with a basic tenet of thriller novels - waste no time setting the scene, large - Boston Globe reporter Joseph Kahn gets his piece about local bestselling author ... [Fishbowl NY]

Author Joseph Finder Revisits 'The Bravest Thing I Ever Did' - Posted May 28, 2014
In keeping with a basic tenet of thriller novels - waste no time setting the scene, large - Boston Globe reporter Joseph Kahn gets his piece about local bestselling author ... [FishbowlNY]

St. Martin's Press Refuses to Confirm Lianne MacDougall Book 'Withdrawal' - Posted August 12, 2013
There is today nothing more from St. Martin's Press than a resolute "no comment." FishbowlNY had been inquiring about how the recent Lianne MacDougall (a.k.a. Lianne Spiderbaby) plagiarism scandal has impacted ... [GalleyCat]

St. Martin's Press Refuses to Confirm Lianne MacDougall Book 'Withdrawal' - Posted August 12, 2013
There is today nothing more from St. Martin's Press than a resolute "no comment." FishbowlNY had been inquiring about how the recent Lianne MacDougall (a.k.a. Lianne Spiderbaby) plagiarism scandal has impacted ... [Fishbowl NY]

St. Martin's Press Refuses to Confirm Lianne MacDougall Book 'Withdrawal' - Posted August 12, 2013
There is today nothing more from St. Martin's Press than a resolute "no comment." FishbowlNY had been inquiring about how the recent Lianne MacDougall (a.k.a. Lianne Spiderbaby) plagiarism scandal has impacted ... [FishbowlNY]

After Plagiarism Victory Over Lianne Spiderbaby, This Writer Isn't Celebrating - Posted July 15, 2013
Freelance film journalist MaryAnn Johanson, who relocated from New York City to London a few years ago, was wise to screen-capture the blatant plagiarism of portions of her review of Norwegian film Turn Me On, Dammit! by Lianne Spiderbaby. (a.k.a. Lianne MacDougall). Shortly after she ... [GalleyCat]

After Plagiarism Victory Over Lianne Spiderbaby, This Writer Isn't Celebrating - Posted July 15, 2013
Freelance film journalist MaryAnn Johanson, who relocated from New York City to London a few years ago, was wise to screen-capture the blatant plagiarism of portions of her review of Norwegian film Turn Me On, Dammit! by Lianne Spiderbaby. (a.k.a. Lianne MacDougall). Shortly after she ... [Fishbowl NY]

After Plagiarism Victory Over Lianne Spiderbaby, This Writer Isn't Celebrating - Posted July 15, 2013
Freelance film journalist MaryAnn Johanson, who relocated from New York City to London a few years ago, was wise to screen-capture the blatant plagiarism of portions of her review of Norwegian film Turn Me On, Dammit! by Lianne Spiderbaby. (a.k.a. Lianne MacDougall). Shortly after she ... [FishbowlNY]

St. Martin's Press Defends Lenore Hart Against Plagiarism Charges - Posted December 9, 2011
St. Martin's Press defended novelist Lenore Hart against plagiarism charges this week. A blogger who runs a Edgar Allen Poe fan website initially denounced The Raven's Bride as "a virtual cu... [semanticweb.com]

Navy SEAL Memoir Expected to Generate Great Interest - Posted May 2, 2011
Osama Bin Laden's death was carried out by a group of United States Navy SEALs called Team Six. Past member, Howard E... [GalleyCat]

Scottoline Moves to St. Martin's - Posted June 14, 2007
PW Daily reports today that after fifteen years with HarperCollins, New York Times bestselling thriller writer Lisa Scottoline has inked a four-book deal with St. Martin's Press. Her last book with HarperCollins, LADY KILLER, will be published in February 2008. "I... [GalleyCat]

Of Course, Why We Need A Second Sequel Is Another Story - Posted May 16, 2007
Were you waiting with bated breath for a second sequel to Margaret Mitchell's iconic novel (and debut at that) GONE WITH THE WIND? Did Alexandra Ripley's SCARLETT heighten your anticipation sooooo much that there had to be more? Well if so, you'll be interested in Motoko Rich's piece on the trials... [GalleyCat]

Dateline LBF: Ego-tistical - Posted April 18, 2007
At this point, I've no doubt that the already overhyped proposal Ali Gunn's been peddling around the LBF halls will find a home on both sides of the Atlantic, but to call it, as PW Daily does, "the talk of the fair" seems to fit in with the overhype. But don't... [GalleyCat]

Jason Pinter Moves to St. Martin's Press - Posted March 13, 2007
After what could be classified as a tumultuous week, former Crown books editor Jason Pinter has landed at a new home: St. Martin's Press, where he'll be starting duties there as an Editor on March 26. An announcement sent out by St. Martin's Press editor-in-chief George Witte adds that Pi... [GalleyCat]

And the NBCC Awards Go To... - Posted March 9, 2007
While NBCC Board member Rebecca Skloot liveblogged the awards, Ron and I sat through a somewhat speedy ceremony emceed by president John Freeman and highlighted by Mary Gordon's glowing retrospective and tribute (accompanied by retro Jill Krementz photography) to Sandrof winner John Leonard, fol... [GalleyCat]

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