It's about time, Ms. Regan, that you did something about your misleading book, Miami Psychic.
Miami Psychic author is accused of a fortunetelling scam and jewelry theft as her book is published.
Bad customer reviews are disappearing from the Amazon page for the book Miami Psychic like cursed benjamins at a fortune-teller's shop. Several that revealed author Regina Milbourne's true identity, Gina Marie Marks, have been axed (if you haven't followed the Miami Psychic thing, click here to catc ... More >>
Local Gypsy fortuneteller pulls one over on publishing giant Judith Regan.
Bogus Book You might have thought you'd heard the last of "Regina Milbourne" and her "non-fiction" book Miami Psychic. But you just aren't that lucky. I wrote about the book in this earlier post, but to refresh your memory, here's the way HarperCollins is promoting the book and its authors (Miami P ... More >>
The "psychic" author "Regina Milbourne" got a new customer review of her book, Miami Psychic, on Amazon. It's from somebody using the moniker T. Edgington: "I wasted my time reading this book and now I'm thinking of the most sacrilegious thing I could (when it comes to books) ... I'm think of burn ... More >>
HarperCollins at least pretends to believe that the contents of its recently released nonfiction yarn, Miami Psychic, is true. The publishing house's biography of new author Regina Milbourne reads: "Regina Milbourne first realized her psychic gift two weeks after almost drowning in an unattended s ... More >>