Tish Cohen's Blog
May 17, 2010
If you haven't read Lauren's adult fiction (The Thin Pink Line) or YA ( Crazy Beautiful) or middle grade fiction (The Sisters Eight series), you should. Not only is Lauren, in her own words, the only woman ...
December 3, 2009
December 2, 2009
Lauren Baratz-Logsted is the author of CRAZY BEAUTIFUL.
December 1, 2009
June 18, 2009
LITTLEBLACK LIES is a funny, poignant tale of high school intrigue taken to the nthdegree (and occasionally times Pi). With effortless panache, Tish Cohencreates the ultimate private school story. All the usual suspects arethere: the new kid, the popular girl, the unattainable boy . . . but she giveseach a unique and unexpected twist. Nor is this book all light...
The process of asking for author blurbs for a new book is rather terrifying. As a writer, you know how busy other authors are and you are loathe to disturb them. And as you ask--because we all must ask--you inwardly cringe and hope they deem your book interesting enough to take a peek.
Something about the whole process takes me back to the day in junior high when my best friend was away and I had to hunt for a place to sit in the caf. I wandered around with my tray, looking for empty seats an...
Finally, we have a cover for Little Black Lies, my first book for teens (and youthful grown ups!). Description from the back cover plus excerpt:
Mix Mean Girls with a splash of Gossip Girl and you get
author Tish Cohen's debut teen novel, Little Black Lies
December 12, 2008
November 26, 2008
Karen Dionne, author of the recently released Freezing Point and co-founder of Backspace, The Writers' Place, asks not what the book industry can do for her, but what she can do for the book industry in these insane economic times.
Karen has come up with a great new blog to help convince the book-buying public that books make the very best gifts of all this holiday season, When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Buy Books. The challenge? To encourage people to buy one book or dozens for themselve...
August 12, 2008
There's a special uncategorized category of books I refer to as comfort books. These are books I'll return to again and again, not because of what happened in the story necessarily, but because I want to revisit the lives of the characters that inhabit it.
These books have heart.
I've read every book ever written by Rosamunde Pilcher simply because the homes her characters create embody the way I'd like to live. These cottages are strewn with threadbare rugs, merry fires, and sleeping ...