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Interview: Kim Green, author of Is That a Moose in Your Pocket?

Nov 7, 2003

November 7, 2003

In this interview conducted by Co-Founder Carol Fitzgerald, Kim Green talks about her debut novel, IS THAT A MOOSE IN YOUR POCKET? She also shares with readers some of her favorite Chick Lit authors and titles, the difference between how men and women think about sex, and details of her second book, which is scheduled to be released in the fall of 2004.

Interview: Kim Green, author of Is That a Moose in Your Pocket?

Oct 31, 2003

October 31, 2003

Kim Green, author of IS THAT A MOOSE IN YOUR POCKET? answers's Chick Lit Twelve: Questions that give readers insight into these authors. Read on as Green talks about her favorite time of day, her worst job ever, and her two most memorable dates (we think you'll especially love her recounting of The Ankle Incident).

Interview: Richard North Patterson, author of Balance of Power

Oct 17, 2003

October 17, 2003

Richard North Patterson likes to grapple with controversial topics, and his new novel, BALANCE OF POWER, is no exception --- this time, he takes on gun control. His timing couldn't be better; the book was published just as the suspects in the DC sniper shootings went on trial and as the Senate was moving toward a vote on a bill that would give gun manufacturers and dealers immunity from civil lawsuits. So as he talked with Jesse Kornbluth, he often left the book behind to deal with politics --- and the political agenda of the National Rifle Association.

Interview: Michael Moore, author of Dude, Where's My Country?

Oct 10, 2003

October 2003

Michael Moore's most recent documentary, "Bowling for Columbine," won an Academy Awared. His most recent book, STUPID WHITE MEN, was the biggest-selling hardcover non-fiction title of 2002. Jesse Kornbluth, of, interviewed him on the eve of the publication of his new book, DUDE, WHERE'S MY COUNTRY?

Interview: Sandra Brown, author of Hello, Darkness

Oct 10, 2003

October 10, 2003

New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown talks with Wiley Saichek and co-Founder Carol Fitzgerald about HELLO, DARKNESS. She explains how she develops her characters, talks about two authors she likes in the suspense/thriller genre and reveals the premise of her next novel scheduled to be released in the fall of 2004.