The annual day of candy- and card-pushers is here. For many, it’s just another day. For some, it’s a time to feel the pressure of making a grand romantic gesture. For Stuart Heritage, a journalist who writes for the UK’s Guardian newspaper, it’s a day to examine whether your relationship will keep you alive longer… Continue reading Happy Valentine’s Day! Will your relationship keep you alive longer?
This week I’m happy to host contemporary romance author Heather Thurmeier, who’s here to talk about how a popular reality TV series sparked an idea for her latest romance trilogy. She’s also giving away a digital copy of her book, Falling for You (see below for details). Take it away, Heather! Thank you so much… Continue reading Guest post & giveaway by Heather Thurmeier: From reality TV to romance novel
Romance writers spend a lot of time trying to come up with new and interesting ways to describe what a person feels when they experience love. It turns out that scientists are also finding intriguing ways of showing what happens when we love someone. This wonderful video shows a light-hearted competition between six people who… Continue reading What happens when science meets love?
Catherine Mann is perhaps best known for her gripping romantic suspense novels featuring military heroes. She’s married to her own real-life Air Force hero, and here she gives us an intimate peek into how life as a military wife has as many joys as challenges. She’s also giving away two copies of her latest release,… Continue reading Married to the Military: Guest post by Catherine Mann – & giveaway!
I went to an extremely small high school. There were only 46 students in my graduating class (36 girls and 13 boys – yep, pretty crappy odds for a chubby girl with a feathered mullet). I babysat for my vice principal and our English teacher acted as a chaperone at one of my friend’s sleepovers.… Continue reading My favorite quality in a romance novel