I don’t have any sisters. I have a “little” (i.e. younger, but now well over six feet of muscles that belong on a romance cover) brother. You might remember him from my post The problem with having an alpha male brother. My brother and I never got along when we were kids, though I can’t… Continue reading Sisters are doing it for themselves
Last year, after reading loads of buzz online about a couple of Harlequin Superromance authors, I bit into my book-buying budget and ordered about a dozen Superromance novels. Why was this expensive? Because they wouldn’t ship to me in London, so I had to have them sent to my parents’ house and then reimburse my… Continue reading Sarah Mayberry interview – and giveaway!
If there’s one thing you’d think romance writers – who tend to be women writing for women – know about, it’s the workings of their own bodies. After all, some of us write fairly explicit sex scenes, right? This week, though, I was surprised to discover how ignorant I was as I read the delightfully… Continue reading Five things romance writers should know about vaginas
While I was preparing for this interview, I cruised on over to Kristan’s website and stalked her did some research into her life. I clicked on the link to her blog and ended up spending TWO HOURS reading her posts. I’ve never spent that long on anyone’s blog before – not even mine. Kristan’s novels… Continue reading Kristan Higgins interview – and giveaway!
After I graduated from college I stopped reading romance for seven years. Those first three years, I lived in Prague, where English books were extortionate and none of the handful of bookstores sold romance. Then I moved to London and did an MA, which required hours and hours of reading legal and academic articles. I… Continue reading Interview with Joanna Bourne – and giveaway!