Shannon Stacey

Borders got the good drugs or what?

So I was foolish enough to check out the book placement in Borders again.


Forever Again…still in Erotica. (Or it was before I moved it back because it’s a traditional romance, dammit, and that’s going to piss readers off. Readers who paid money for my book. So I was smart and didn’t ask this time. I just moved them.) The Samhain titles, which they wonderfully have a lot of, seemed to have been dealt willy-nilly between the two sections with no rhyme nor reason.

Meanwhile Sasha’s Bound, Making Him Want It by Renee Luke and All U Can Eat by Emma Holly—all in Romance.

On what :censor: planet does that make any :censor: sense whatso-:censor:-ever?

I mean, it’s wonderful to see the others in romance, because they’ll sell more, but they’re sticking books in Erotica based on what? Sure the :censor: ain’t content.



Second time in a row I’ve walked out of that store empty-handed because of this crap.

2 comments to “Borders got the good drugs or what?”

  1. Bryan
      · July 6th, 2006 at 7:52 pm · Link

    I’d be curious to see if it is where you put it the NEXT time you go in, or if it gets moved back :cursin:

  2. Shannon
      · July 6th, 2006 at 8:29 pm · Link

    If they put it back in Erotica again, I’ll be really rude and move it to the big table right inside the door. :devil:

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