Ever craved a good book and just not been inspired by anything you see? Or felt annoyed that you bought a book that was merely so-so? Or closed a book and JUST wanted to talk about it? We know what this feels like. The Book Report Network aims to solve these reader dilemmas, with thoughtful book reviews, compelling features, in-depth author profiles and interviews, excerpts of the hottest new releases, literary games and contests, and more every week. We hope you'll visit our websites and discover why since 1996 the Book Report Network has been the best place online to talk about your last great read --- and find your next one.
The Book Report Network
Carol Fitzgerald, Founder/President
Carol Fitzgerald started The BookReporter Network after a long career at Conde Nast. Before logging onto the Internet for the first time in 1995, Carol spent 17 years at Mademoiselle magazine in Promotion and Marketing. She relishes the online medium for its immediacy --- and for the ability it gives her to work anywhere, anytime, so long as she can log on. Any bets on where she is writing right now?
Joe Hartlaub, Senior Writer
When not practicing entertainment law, Joe Hartlaub reviews books in his spare time. Previous jobs which he is free to discuss include employment as a federal staff attorney, claims representative, record store clerk, disc jockey, and road crew laborer. Leisure time activities include reading (primarily mystery and suspense books, and he still indulges his lifelong passion for comic books), listening to music (everything from punk to country to Latin rap), and visiting websites that one does not acknowledge when in polite company.
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