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Books in the Boudoir

Romance never dies. It just changes. It’s true those first looks are amazing. You will remember them for the rest of your life, and there will be times in a marriage when you want that look back. Life surrounds you, … More

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Kindle Your Romance

So many books and so little time. We all have our own likes and dislikes with books, and it’s so hard to decide which books to read. What about buying a book and realizing UGH! I don’t like this! but … More

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Hidden Pleasures Part II

In our last Hidden Pleasures, “The Books Our Grandmothers Read but Didn’t Admit to Until Now,” we looked at the decades up to the year 1949, in Part II, we are heading for the 1950s. The days of Bobby Socks, … More

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Burnt Out

I hear authors talk all the time about being burnt out. I believe it stems from the pressure to release an insane amount of books every year just to stay relevant. There are a lot of people in this industry, … More

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Setting the Christmas Mood

Writing holiday romances can be a tough challenge for all writers. Most of us are likely to be writing them at least six months in advance, which means writers in the Northern Hemisphere are trying to get in the holiday … More