I first started reading romance novels when I was 12 and I somehow got on Harlequin’s mailing list. One day I got a package of Harlequin Presents novels (and a crappy necklace), and I was hooked. For years, I spent my babysitting money on their book club. As I matured, my romance reading tastes changed.… Continue reading When did category romance get this good?
Blythe Gifford, author of The Harlot’s Daughter and In the Master’s Bed, talks on Romance: B(u)y the Book about her surprise at discovering that she’d written a series. It made me realize how many series I read that are groups of three. I wonder if that’s because of a particular way our brains work (I… Continue reading Three degrees of separation