jennifer weiner

On February 18, the New York Times published a rather strange defense of Melania Trump’s absence from the nation’s capitol
The Princeton grad and perennial best-selling author is complaining once again about how the "snobs" in the literary world
Okay, the snacks were great, and so was the wine. But the books were awful. I wanted to have fun, but everyone kept voting for books that were depressing. They called them "classics."
Celebrate the power of friendship with these nine novels that bring new meaning to the phrase "Best Friends Forever"--and pick up two copies of each while you're at it, because these are books that you'll want to share with your best friend.
Calling critics sexist for disliking a book doesn't fix the problem of gender inequity in literature.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that Jonathan Franzen had won a Pulitzer. His novel The
After climbing twenty spots since last week's Digital Book World Ebook Best-Seller List, Dean Koontz's The Neighbor finds itself within the top five best-selling ebooks of the week. That's especially noteworthy since the title is a Kindle Single.
The author of All Fall Down and best-sellers such as Fly Away Home and Good in Bed shares how she gets herself through the
The Amazon-Hachette dispute wears on, but the publisher still manages to see two of its titles in this week's Digital Book World Ebook Best-Seller List.
This week's Digital Book World Ebook Best-Seller List is, in some ways, a tale of three titles: John Green's The Fault in Our Stars, his 2006 novel Looking for Alaska and J. K. Rowling's The Silkworm, published under the pen name Robert Galbraith.
Weiner mused that while women are not dissuaded or shamed by reading thrillers by male authors, the covers of which often feature blood, bullet holes and other "masculine" imagery, "Why won't a man pick up a book with flowers (on it)?"
"When you have an editor with deadlines and you wait for a muse to get you there, you're going to be out of a job."
Yes we need books that tackle more difficult aspects of life in a thought-provoking manner. But we also need books to make us laugh, enjoy the beauty in the world, reflect on what we are doing with our days, and try to be happier.
Who are the real men who read and write romance novels just because they like it?  I spoke with a few of them and about the portrayal of men in the genre, how people react to them, and how to make these books more appealing to dudes.
In terms of glass ceilings, on the one hand you’ve seen women win big prizes like the Pulitzer and the National Book Award
Best-selling author Jennifer Weiner hasn't been reviewed by the New York Times. And she's not alone: many female fiction authors are dismissed as "commercial" rather than literary. What is the critics' problem with "chick lit?"
How many authors of commercial fiction do you know who get huge, glowing profiles in the New Yorker? Well, Jennifer Weiner just did, as she continues to ride her successful hobbyhorse about not getting respect.
Weiner isn't just expert at giving her reading public what it wants, she's a master at creating controversy and making headlines by attacking noted authors in the news. It's a canny strategy guaranteed to boost her already high public profile. Midlist authors, take note.
How many men and women are ready to commit to marriage at 21? Remember, the only time you can change a man is when he's in diapers. The Princeton mom's retro rhetoric is reminiscent of the "ring by spring" mandate for coeds to get engaged by graduation.