Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Nora Roberts' 166th book

Ginia Bellafante profiles romance writer Nora Roberts in today's New York Times. This paragraph caught my eye:
With the publication next week of her 166th book, Morrigan’s Cross, Ms. Roberts remains one of the top-selling novelists of the last decade and the most prolific romance writer of all time. At 55 she has written more books than Sidney Sheldon, Harold Robbins, Judith Krantz and [Danielle] Steele combined.
What does Roberts read when she's not writing? Click here to find out.

--Marshal Zeringue