Dear Readers, Do you know about my reviewer newsletter? This is for anyone that reviews on a blog or website. If you have a venue where you post reviews, sign up for my newsletter. You’ll get first dibs at many of my books, plus some of my friends’. I’ll be Read More
An author’s take on current events.
Dear Readers, I’ve written, deleted and rewritten blogs covering all sorts of topics lately. I think we can all say that there’s been some real crazy unleashed this summer. I’m looking forward to the fall, the holidays and a new year. So far, except for a brief update in my Read More
New Webcast from Publishers Weekly!
I got an email on Wednesday about this, and I think it’s super cool! Publishers Weekly has done some great podcasts in the past and they’re starting one all about romance! Woohoo! You can find out more on their website [here]. The first episode airs on September 17th, but can Read More
Dear Reader, This news came to me Friday night by way of a friend, who heard about it from an author loop that was sourced by one blog. So if that’s not a complicated bit of tracking, I don’t know what is. The point I’m making before I dive Read More
Dear Reader, Have you ever wanted to pick up a certain book, or genre and lose yourself? I knew that these few weeks between finishing one project and the beginning of NaNoWriMo was going to leave me at odds with myself. I generally read and write and edit and juggle Read More
So you have some complaints about romance books?
Dear Reader, I’ve seen several blogs and read a lot of comments this last week that disparage romance books or covers. I can understand someone not liking romance books for their own reasons. We’re all allowed our own opinions, tastes and likes. What I would like to point out is Read More
Romance = Porn
Dear Reader, A lot of people are discussing the article written by a LDS Life Coach wherein the writer cautions people away from reading romance books because, In fact, some marriage therapists caution that women can become as dangerously unbalanced by these books’ entrancing but distorted messages as men can Read More