|They're getting more and more risqué with these|
promos too, aren't they?
So, with all of this business of books - with Fray's Fiction Factory, with L.J. being fired, with all of this crazy mumbo jumbo drama cropping up all around, I have a few thoughts.
My first is, "Whoa! Dude. Is the book publishing world going to get as juicy as Hollywood?" To which I have to admit, a part of me secretly hopes for and wishes wishes wishes for.
Then as an afterthought, I kinda say to myself, "Well, I guess the authors kinda deserve it if they didn't have someone help them make the business decisions and they didn't understand what they were signing up for."
And then I think, "So what if they deserve it, gimme more teen-book-oriented drama."
So, what do you think? Do you enjoy the drama that has been going on behind the scenes in the teen book world of late? What with all of the money to be made from teens and adults and merchandising, it's bound to get uglier, right? Or am I totally crazy. You're the experts, so bring it. Your opinion on the matter, that is.
(Oh, and P.S. I'm done with buying Vampire Diaries books if they're not penned by L.J. Kaput.)