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I usually don’t do the whole “You’re just jealous bitch!” thing, and use it as an excuse for fuckheaded behaviour, but I have to say there can be no other explanation for Chancery Stone’s never-ending rants on her blog (sorry, not linking), about Nora Roberts.

Well, there is the attention-seeking-let’s-promote-my-books-at-all-cost thing, but judging from her past fucked up behaviour, that kinda goes without saying doesn’t it?

You do remember Ms Stone, don’t you? You know, the slightly strange man-hater, who thinks that incest is romantic, and that child abuse is sexy?

Yeah, that’s the one.

Anyway, poor Chancery Stone seems to be suffering from the worst case of professional jealousy I’ve ever witnessed.

It seems that she’s got a massive hard-on for our very own Nora Roberts. No, really.

Personally, I believe that her tactic is to stir up enough shit, (the jealousy is very real too though) so that La Nora fangirls will go over to her blog to give her what for, discover her literary masterpiece, that she’s desperately trying to flog to all and sundry, and buy said book to see what the fuss is about.

Unfortunately for her, she actually needs some kind of readership to get anything going.

Anyway, because I’m always there for the desperate and the needy, I decided to post a few examples of the stuff she’s written. Here’s a fairly tame excerpt to start you off with:

Well, Nora Roberts – what can I say?

Well, first off, let me say I’d never heard of her before September the 3rd 2008. Actually, I lie, I hadn’t heard of her until September the 4th 2008, when someone posted this, “Oh, my heavens. I never thought I would live to see the day when Chancery Stone tried to administer the smackdown to Nora Roberts. NORA ROBERTS” at Karen Knows Fuck-all. But She’s Got a Big Fucking Mouth Regardless.

Hey, I’ll have you know my mouth is of average size. No, really, it is. And I do too know something. I know that Chancery Stone wrote three books that she couldn’t sell to any decent publishers, so she went the vanity press route. I also know that she wrote approximately 99% of the favourable reviews on Amazon herself. See? I do know a few things.

Anyway, here’s another excerpt from the same long-assed rant:

Nora Roberts is, in fact, not a fangirl lurker but an internationally ‘famous’ (except to me, obviously) bestseller of romantic fiction.

No, I’m not kidding. She is. Pages and pages and pages of that girl all over Amazon. All of them with “International bestseller” plastered all over them. Admittedly she is not nearly so famous in Britain as she is in the States, which may go some way to explaining me never having heard of her, and, admittedly, I haven’t read a Mills & Boon (Silhouette in the US) romance in over fifteen years, but I must have passed her in the supermarket (not personally, you understand – “Why, hello there, Nora, out gettin’ a nice bit of beef, are we?”).

You’ll have to excuse Ms Stone, I believe that she believes that she’s too literary for us romance types, hence her obvious disdain for Mills and Boon books. Such blatant snobbery is amusing, especially in light of the fact that she’s having trouble finding a decent home for her porn amazing literary masterpiece.  It’s ok dearie, those bastards in those big publishing houses obviously don’t know a genius when they see one. *g*

After discovering her ‘true identity’ I hared over to Wikipedia for a quick look, not sure if she’d be in there.

Hell, yes, overrun with fangirl trivia. And you won’t believe what I found over there. Nora has awards. Walls full of ’em. Nora has won no fewer than 23 awards, according to this fabulous site, all but 3 of which were awarded by that esteemed organisation, The Romance Writers of America. Didn’t you just know they were going to show up again?

But that’s not all. It gets better. Nora is “a founding member of The Romance Writers of America”. No…. And she was its first “inductee in the organization’s Hall of Fame.” Well, shove me over with a feather.

I thought I’d witnessed true jealousy before, but after reading some of Ms Stone’s rantings, I can honestly say I’ve never seen anything so sad and – well… pathetic.

This comment amused me greatly: (Talking about La Nora)

You’d think with a public profile, and a reputation and all, she’d think to keep her mouth shut.

Yeah, she really wrote that.

Anyway, here’s some more before I go off to bed:

Well, Nora Roberts has certainly made a fool out of me. She’s been making mincemeat out of my ideas for writing The Perfect Novel – i.e. one that sells – for the past week now. (See the previous seven million blogs, starting with Writing for the First Wall)

It’s humiliating.

The ever-expanding list of Things Chancery Got Wrong has certainly taught me not to write about ‘how to write fiction that sells’ without first consulting a Zen master. And Nora is the Zen master. I never thought anyone would fill Barbara Cartland’s shoes after she died. I felt that her ‘style’ of writing would blend away into the mists of time, along with her pink meringue frocks and her ugly little pouffes of dogs. I thought audiences had got too sophisticated. I felt sure she belonged to a world that no longer existed: the world of manly men and womanly women and adjectives placed grotesquely in the wrong place.

Shows what shit I know.

I am ashamed to say I did not know Nora wrote what is fondly called “Paranormal Romances” until her heroine went to a cupboard to find her wand. I choked, and the heroine then pulled out a broom.

Oh now she did it! She mentioned Barbara Cartland, and pink meringue frocks, whilst trying to denigrate the genre. How very individual of her. *g*

This next bit made me tear up a bit:

But all this is incidental to the ways Nora has shown me up. Here are but a few:-

1. No good title. Nora has the most unremarkable titles I’ve ever seen. In the entire week I was reading the book. I was totally unable to remember the name of it. We ended up referring to it as “Fire-up My Ass” because it was the only way we could identify it whenever it got lost. In fact, it’s as if her book titles have been made deliberately generic so that readers do indeed feel as if they are reading the same book over and over. Hmm, maybe that’s no accident after all.

2. There is no twist of lemon. This was the worst blow of all. Remember me saying that what publishers and readers wanted was more of the same, but with a twist of lemon instead of lime? Nope. Not true. Nora has no twist of lemon. With Nora there only is lime. And then lime. And more lime.

3. No plot. There’s a ‘bad force’ on the island; witch girl must beat it. That’s the plot. Apparently for all three novels. The encounters with ‘the plot’, such as they are, are so incidental that they disappear entirely by the end. There’s wolves, pentagrams, lightning and a bad Hitchcockian car and cliff-edge scene and that’s it. The ‘bad force’ has all the threat of a trick-or-treat costume. Episodes of Hector’s House are more alarming. No plot. None. I didn’t think it was possible outside a Booker novel. Wonder if her publishers have thought to enter it?

4. No villain. The ‘bad force’ is so unbad that it wanders in and out like a forgotten extra. You wouldn’t think it was possible to write a novel with no dramatic tension, but Nora’s done it. There is no tension between the heroine and the hero. There is no tension between the invisible villain and the naked-and-crystalled blue-flamed heroine. In fact, so in control is she that you never doubt for an instant that she is going to whup that big bad wolf’s ass.

5. Flowers. Yes, I didn’t expect them either. But flowers have a starring role in this novel. As do fairy ornaments and long dresses and books and homebakes. (What is it with romances and food? That’s something that hasn’t changed from Barbara’s day either.) The heroine talks more about her flowers and her garden – which looks like something out a Disney movie – than she does about the ‘threat’ of the villain or the entirely absent heroics of the hero.

6. Herself. Yep, unlike many authors who either purposefully disguise themselves in their novels, or write about themselves unwittingly, Nora actually strides into this novel as herself. Guess what character she plays? No, go on, guess. You’ll never get it. Nora plays… (drum roll)… An Author. On a book-signing. Which just happens to be a perfect, almost mythic, book signing, with lots of pre-sales (or pre-sells as she has it) and more copies than she’s ever sold before and lovely food and flowers and a book shop moving mountains for her. As if that wasn’t enough, Nora The Author has slept with the sexy hero. And gets to snog him. Gosh, no………….

I could go on with this list, but I won’t. The humiliation is too painful. Without even trying, Nora has actually finally managed to deliver me a “smackdown”. I, too, like Stephen King “am amazed by Nora Roberts”. No plot, no tension, no point even, and she’s still piling ’em in the aisles and selling ’em cheap. I have nothing but endless admiration for her.

Well there you have it.

Nora Roberts, romance author extraordinaire sucks, and Chancery Stone, promo troll extraordinaire, is proudly “saving the world from mediocre writing”, by advocating incest and calling child abuse sexy.

 It’s a pity she hasn’t been able to sell her masterpiece to a decent publisher isn’t it?

Apparently Slow Cooked Press (who don’t seem to exist anywhere on the internet) wrote about her book:

“You wouldn’t believe how much you could identify with a man who pees on his brother.”

Nice.

Hey I have an idea, maybe she should send her work to New Concepts Publishing, I hear they’re desperately seeking authors at the moment. I’m pretty sure she’d fit in with Madris and Co. like a pig in shit.

There are lots more rantings about Nora on her blog, and at one point she goes off on a tangent about La Nora being obsessed by families, of all things. No, I didn’t really get it either, but in Chancery Stone’s world, it probably made complete sense. I’d say she was mad as ten badgers, but I fear I would be doing badgers a terrible injustice.

One thing I can’t figure out about her though, is why she feels she has to write her own favourable reviews on Amazon if she’s doing so well, can you?

Anyway, there’s nothing left for me to say, except for this: Chancery Stone, you’re not fit to lick Nora Roberts’ boots, even after they’ve been immersed in dog shit.

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  • Sparky
    October 1
    12:22 pm

    Do I remember Ms. Stone….

    … no… no… *crack* OW! YES! Damn it, there goes a month of therapy bills. Now to suppress all memory that she exists again.

    She’s lashing out at Nora Roberts? *amused* so what is the correct response when you see a Chihuahua barking at an indifferent Great Dane?

    “You’d think with a public profile, and a reputation and all, she’d think to keep her mouth shut.”

    Is this why Ms Stone can’t keep her trap shut? After all she has no public profile and she certainly has no kind of reputation (not a good one anyway) so nothing’s stopping her spouting nonesense to the winds?

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  • Good lord, is that woman still alive? Gee, I thought she was dead and buried, along with her sorry excuse of a ‘quad-whatever’ she thinks to pass off as writing.

    You’re right, Sparky, she has not public profile. She has a circus persona, but that’s about it.

    What I find most interesting is, if she writes her ‘stories’ the way she writes her tirades, no wonder no one picked her up. And I doubt they would have anyway, regardless of subject matter. If she can’t write a simple paragraph that she posts on a blog, what does that say for anything else she writes?

    Sheesh…

    Interesting side-note, Amazon UK lists all of Miss Robert’s novels, all with four and five star reviews, and they’re all written by real people! Go figure!

    Maybe this pseudo-writer, Ms Stone, needs to crawl back under her rock, huh? Because she must live under one to not know who Nora is! *snort*

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  • Yeah, Nora is clearly the one doing it wrong. [twitch]

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  • Randi
    October 1
    2:31 pm

    Chancery McLooneybin strikes again. I’m trying to figure out which book she was reading..and of course, reading one book by an author is reflective of their entire catalogue…what a t*at.

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  • This is so pathetic, it turns my stomach. But I’m sure Nora is giving her a big “what-evah.” CS is clearly whacked.

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  • Mireya
    October 1
    2:46 pm

    Well, she HAD to do something to promote her work … she was pretty much kicked out from the Amazon forums, no?

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  • Emmy
    October 1
    2:57 pm

    *yawn* What. An. Idiot.

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  • Nat
    October 1
    3:25 pm

    “You wouldn’t believe how much you could identify with a man who pees on his brother.”

    ROFL. Seriously? I am going to try this one on my co-workers today. Preferably while they are drinking something. I love me some spittakes.

    Which book is she referring to? I assume it’s one of the flower trilogy (blue dahlia, blanking on the others), but I don’t remember any of the protaganists being authors. I don’t know why I’m trying to rack my brain when it’s clear this could well be a novel made up by the goblins who live in CS’s head.

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  • Kimberly Anne
    October 1
    3:31 pm

    Nat, it’s the last book in the Three Sisters trilogy, Face the Fire. Funny, it was this trilogy that got me back into reading romance after years away. Still one of my favorite books. I guess I know fuck-all about literature. If I did, I would be enlightened enough to enjoy reading about a man who pees on his brother.

    *shudder*

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  • Effing unbelievable. CS exists in her own world, thank her very much, and I sure as hell won’t let her slither into mine. Click. All previous references to CS are now destroyed.

    Karen, please don’t bring the pathetic trash of CS back to your blog.

    Edited.

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  • Um. Wow.

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  • Ooops. That should read “pathetic trash WRITTEN BY CS”

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  • I second Shiloh’s Wow.

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  • Michelle
    October 1
    5:38 pm

    I think either her Doctor retired so that she can’t get her meds refilled or she is refusing to take the medication that she so clearly needs.

    Nora doesn’t need her fans to defend her, Nora’s best defense is simply being herself.

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  • I also want the title of the book where Nora makes an appearance. Would love to read it!

    A note on New Concepts–more authors names (including my own) are now listed on the “Public Notice” page. Apparently we are getting our rights returned despite the fact the books are still for sale.

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  • Emmy
    October 1
    6:32 pm

    Robin, I believe the nut job is referring to Face the Fire, the last book in the Three Sisters Island trilogy. The heroine in the story, Mia Devlin, owns a book store. She brought in some rich chick from the mainland to do a signing. Said author used to be involved with the hero, Sam Logan.

    The nut job is apparently in love with Nora, as there seems to be an inordinate amount of blog posts on her girl crush.

    Sorry…but this part was actually funny:

    She smiled her sexy smile and threw her magnificent mane of crimson hair somewhere behind her, where the ordinary people lived their dull lives.

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  • Jealousy, party of one, your table’s ready. Tonight we’re serving crow.

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  • I would say it’s funny if it weren’t so pathetically sad.

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  • Jenns
    October 1
    6:52 pm

    What planet does this woman reside on?
    I talk to people all the time, including people who aren’t readers. They all know the name: Nora Roberts.
    Before I go further — I have to admit, I’m a fan. There.
    It’s been said.
    I haven’t read all (there are so many – cough) of La Nora’s books, but I love her writing.
    But is CS Green much? And not in the good, earth-friendly way?
    Some people will do anything to get attention.

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  • Jenns
    October 1
    6:57 pm

    Wow.

    Just thinking how I would love to have said what Seressia said.

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  • I’m sure Nora is weeping salty tears that some dipshit doesn’t know who she is.

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  • Heidi
    October 1
    8:00 pm

    “I’d say she was mad as ten badgers, but I fear I would be doing badgers a terrible injustice.”

    LMAO

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  • Thanks Emmy : )

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  • “You wouldn’t believe how much you could identify with a man who pees on his brother.”

    Man, I NEVER get cool reviews like that. I’m doing something wrong.

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  • The only feeling I have for this Stone person is profound pity. She sounds like someone that really needs healing from a traumatic past. I get the impression that the topics in her books are more than just fiction and symbolism to her.

    I think she truly sounds ill. Unfortunately, that doesn’t excuse her behavior.

    Yuck. This whole thing makes me a little bit queasy.

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  • Jaq
    October 1
    11:26 pm

    “You wouldn’t believe how much you could identify with a man who pees on his brother.”

    ::jaq’s brain after reading this:: ‘That’s it, I’m outta here! If you’re looking for me, I’ll be in the bleach aisle.’

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  • Okay, we’ve aready established that Ms. Stone is a fucktard. But for her to go after La Nora, a woman with more talent in her little toe than she has in her enture body, takes it to a new level of asininery. Nora has no more care for a woman who writes about sexy incest and couldn’t give away a book to a recycle bin than she does for a gnat. What did she hope to accomplish with the attack? Sad, really.

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  • At first I thought this was a joke because a real person wouldn’t be so clueless and pathetic as to throw out insults like this just for the sake of throwing out insults. Alas, it would appear I was wrong. I’d say something else but I’m sort of speechless.

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  • *Lurker coming out of hiding*

    The only feeling I have for this Stone person is profound pity. She sounds like someone that really needs healing from a traumatic past. I get the impression that the topics in her books are more than just fiction and symbolism to her.

    I think she truly sounds ill. Unfortunately, that doesn’t excuse her behavior.

    Yuck. This whole thing makes me a little bit queasy.

    I think JenB hit it on the head. If you read through CS’s Nora posts (and it’s difficult,) you’ll see she’s fixated on Nora’s preference for strong women, strong families, “real” men, etc. CS infers Nora’s use of strong family units in her stories stems from Nora’s lack of a loving family in her real life. (CS also equates Nora’s preference for “earth mothers” in her stories as some kind of quiet longing for female love.)

    In her discussion, CS makes up all these random scenarios for Nora’s motivation as a writer, including lack of a mother’s love, lack of protection from her father, and a family that didn’t give a damn about her. I can’t help but think CS is projecting here. And, after looking at her works of fiction, well…

    It’s sad, really. Just sad.

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  • *blinks*

    This is… the most hilarious thing I’ve read today.

    I wish I could say I felt sorry for Ms. Stone, but I don’t. Someone this ignorant and arrogant truly deserves what they get.

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  • allie
    October 2
    2:24 am

    She is wrong about Stephen King not liking Nora Roberts. In one of his recent Intertainment Weekly columns, Stephen King wrote about what he calls “man fiction”, In the next issue, women wrote in to say that he was sexist as they also loved to read man fiction. Mr. King responded “No sexism intended. Ladies have every right to enjoy the exploits of Jack Reacher and Harry Bosch…just as I have every right to enjoy Nora Roberts. Genre fiction is NOT unisex.”

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  • Lleeo
    October 2
    4:31 am

    Okay, I swear that I am not a troll. 😉 But I got curious and looked up a free excerpt from one of the books and, at least from my personal standpoint, Chancery isn’t a bad writer. As a reader, her writing style wouldn’t put me off. But the content on the other hand… I mean, I love reading gay romance and wish there was more of it, but from what I saw of this excerpted chapter, I do not want to read about severely messed up people in abusive relationships having abusive sex. Just… no.

    (Excerpt edited out by KS)

    I guess my point is that I can’t see how Ms. Stone’s unprofessional conduct is going to attract the readers she so desperately seems to want. With all these rants about Nora Roberts, she’s acting petty, jealous and childish.

    The main difference, I see, between Nora Roberts and Chancery Stone is that Ms. Stone has no maturity and no class while Ms. Roberts has them in spades. 😉

    Also, in addition to all the incest/abuse stuff (I think a number of people have mentioned this) Chancery and her writing come off as really misogynistic which I find very, very disturbing, especially coming from a female author. I know the romance genre isn’t exactly known for being pro-feminist all the time but was she seriously expecting that romance readers would just lap her stuff up? Really?

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  • sallahdog
    October 2
    4:40 am

    “You wouldn’t believe how much you could identify with a man who pees on his brother.”

    Man, I NEVER get cool reviews like that. I’m doing something wrong.

    well shannon, write a story of a guy peeing on his brother and I would be happy to write a review like that for you… Mix it up a bit though.. maybe you could have him pee on his sister.. Or his dog.. Thats always a good one, because people love a dog in a story… Of course PETA may protest.. but hey, any publicity is good, right?

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  • I wish I could say I felt sorry for Ms. Stone, but I don’t. Someone this ignorant and arrogant truly deserves what they get.

    Eh, if it was just ignorance and arrogance I could easily not feel any sympathy. But this seems to go deeper than that.

    I do feel sorry for her. Very sorry for her. And kinda sick and sad, too.

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  • Dee
    October 2
    4:58 am

    Comparing this nut job to Nora Roberts is ludicrous! Nora writes substantial romantic fiction. Ms. Stone writes crap that degrades the romance genre as a whole. She should be an embarrassment to romance writers as a whole for the depravity she is trying to inject into the genre.

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  • Lleeo
    October 2
    4:59 am

    I think JenB hit it on the head. If you read through CS’s Nora posts (and it’s difficult,) you’ll see she’s fixated on Nora’s preference for strong women, strong families, “real” men, etc. CS infers Nora’s use of strong family units in her stories stems from Nora’s lack of a loving family in her real life. (CS also equates Nora’s preference for “earth mothers” in her stories as some kind of quiet longing for female love.)

    In her discussion, CS makes up all these random scenarios for Nora’s motivation as a writer, including lack of a mother’s love, lack of protection from her father, and a family that didn’t give a damn about her. I can’t help but think CS is projecting here. And, after looking at her works of fiction, well…

    It’s sad, really. Just sad.

    I agree, Lolita. And with Shiloh and many others, too. I feel sorry for her if she’s writing these books and acting like this because something horrible and tragic happened to her. 🙁

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  • Lleeo
    October 2
    5:06 am

    Comparing this nut job to Nora Roberts is ludicrous! Nora writes substantial romantic fiction. Ms. Stone writes crap that degrades the romance genre as a whole. She should be an embarrassment to romance writers as a whole for the depravity she is trying to inject into the genre.

    Sorry for replying a million times to this post but I just wanted to clarify my point in case this quote is directed at my comment.

    I was not comparing Ms. Stone’s writing to Ms. Roberts. I think Nora Roberts is a wonderfully talented writer. I was simply saying that if Chancery chose to write about a different subject matter and her skewed and misogynistic view of the world wasn’t injected into her writing, she could probably attract the readers she’s so desperately searching for. And if she didn’t act the way she did and… A lot of “what ifs” going on there.

    I was just trying to point out that all of her petty bashing of Nora’s writing screams insecurity about her own writing, and while I don’t think the two compare, Chancery is not a horrible writer, IMO, by any means.

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  • Ebony
    October 2
    5:06 am

    Jealousy is an ugly thing. She needs some help that only a trained professional can give her.

    All of that energy she’s taken to write bad stuff about one of my favorite authors should be used to work on her stuff.

    Now let me go order me another Nora Roberts book because I sure won’t be ordering one of Chancerys. (her marketing backfired).

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  • I think I’m lost here…
    When I first started reading, it sounded like jealousy. Then quickly moved wayyy beyond that to obsession, verging on bunny-boiler territory.
    Why all the hatred for Nora out of all the authors out there?

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  • RenaRuadh
    October 2
    11:46 am

    raine, obvious answer: on one hand you have a highly successful, respected author. On the other hand you have a little wannabe who was unable to find a proper publisher. Said highly respected author reacts in one or two comments to the insane ravings of the little wannabe. Ergo: the little wannabe becomes even more mentally unstable than she had previously been and focuses her deranged rantings on the author.

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  • Lleeo, apologies to you, but I edited out that excerpt from CS’s book. I don’t mind talking about her, but I really don’t want to have the actual content of her books, anywhere on this blog.

    She’s already getting enough free publicity from me.

    The main difference, I see, between Nora Roberts and Chancery Stone is that Ms. Stone has no maturity and no class while Ms. Roberts has them in spades. 😉

    I’d say there was a hell of a lot more differences than that. Even comparing the two makes me feel slightly queasy, and wrong.

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  • No problem, Karen. I just found it interesting and just wanted to add another viewpoint. But you’re right, she doesn’t deserve anymore free publicity.

    And yes, I agree that there quite a few more differences between them besides behaviour and maturity level. Maybe someday she’ll find some peace with herself.

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  • Mar
    October 9
    8:32 pm

    “2. There is no twist of lemon. This was the worst blow of all. Remember me saying that what publishers and readers wanted was more of the same, but with a twist of lemon instead of lime? Nope. Not true. Nora has no twist of lemon. With Nora there only is lime. And then lime. And more lime.”

    What does this even freaking mean?

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  • Julia Sullivan
    October 10
    2:04 am

    Hey, that was ME who set her off!

    So, Chancery Stone, if you’re reading this, I’m a published novelist (and translator, and editor) who once taught English Literature at a largish university. I’m a fairly well-read person, and your disdain for Nora Roberts’s smoothly crafted genre fiction makes you look like a jealous brat, not like a person of taste or discernment.

    Nora Roberts is a consummate professional who writes engaging, engrossing contemporary romance (and as J. D. Robb, writes well-paced, exciting mysteries). She has millions of readers and devoted fans worldwide. Does Nora Roberts believe she’s a candidate for the Nobel Prize in Literature? No; she’s happy with what she’s achieved in the fields of romance and mystery. My impression is that Roberts loves to write, thinks it’s the best job in the world, and the money, fame, and admiration are just gravy.

    Chancery Stone, on the other hand, is famous only for being an Internet bully and crackpot.

    I believe that Ms. Stone has once again shown us who the silly person was here. (Hint: the silly person’s initials aren’t N. R.!)

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  • Whoa. I wonder if she wore ashes and sackcloth while typing out that diatribe?
    You’d think with this much grief against Nora Roberts, she might find more comfort in prayer. But that’s the trouble with literary masterminds – once they get famous they just turn their back on the great & powerful DANNY. The infidels.
    😉

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  • Tuscan, don’t tell me she’s written MORE? 😯 I couldn’t read the stuff she put out there for more than a few words. The woman seriously needs her meds reevaluated.

    Very sad…

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