Some people watch soap operas. Apparently, I read about drama in book communities featuring authors that I've never read, and thus have no bias for or against them.
http://www.slj.com/2018/01/industry-news/childrens-publishing-reckons-sexual-harassment-ranks/ READ THE COMMENTS. Names are named. Thanks to the victims and witnesses who've spoken out. I hear you. I believe you. If there's ever trash in your Mentions you'd like Reported to Twitter, contact me anytime. My Block list: http://blocktogether.org/show-blocks/9JySlOI2ADdTfxb9rAX4mc9gvupmPSmMfZ-JGy1t
Book bloggers mostly work for free, but are priceless. They share book announcements, covers, pre-order links, release lists, reviews, and word-of-mouth. It's their honesty that makes them trusted, and well worth supporting. Thank you, Jeann.
Finally Booklikes works.
And just in time to alert you. On Twitter, word was spreading of an author threatening "legal action" over a 2-star review on Goodreads.
I managed to find the review, but the author's threats have been deleted. (And I haven't seen screenshots.) But I'm pretty sure this is the author.
The review itself is harmless, so I don't know why the author's getting so upset.