Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Hahaha, "bit lit".

LOVE this term for vampire novels. Acquired from a PSnark interview with Australian black dog books publicist Kristen Young. This is a part of an event Adele is hosting, wherein she interviews all sorts of personnel from Aussie pubs. Go check it out!

8 comments:

Iryna said...

*snort* I agree with you - the term "bit lit" is both funny and so . . . right.

Miss Cindy said...

I've never heard that before. I likey :)

Amee said...

That's cute. It seems like labeling is becoming popular maybe? I just read this same week how Amish fiction novels are being called "bonnet stories." :P

Bookworm said...

Love it! Sort of like chick lit.

Kami Garcia said...

So funny!

Beth F said...

Love it!

Adele said...

Thanks for mentioning this Steph. I love the term too and will be using from now on.

It was Kristen's first ever interview! It's always great to get insight from the publishing personnel - we all hear from the authors and the readers but not so much with the people who make both possible.

Cheers, Adele

~THE OPTIMISTIC PESSIMIST ~ said...

Yeah Adele I love , Bit Lit.. too funny..

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