Romance tropes are fabulous, truly delightful, and awesome. Yeah, I know, that sentence sounds over-the-top silly, but it’s true. And it’s not just romances. Tropes exist in all stories.
This is the season for holiday shopping, and I have compiled a list of 10 wonderful historical romances to gift your favorite reader this year. Some are classics, some are brand new.
Why do you become an instant superhero for leaving a book review on Amazon? Reviews are the primary way readers find books. Yes, really.
Why do authors do cover reveals? There are more answers to that than you might expect.
I realize “most ridiculous reasons why women were accused of witchcraft” in is the eye of the beholder, but really?!
Are paper planners better than electronic planners? Or are electronic planners better? This is a contentious debate in some circles right now.
Can you teach a big old dog to use a wheelchair? Yes, it turns out you can.
We all know historical fiction is fiction, and yet we all learn history from historical fiction. So how do we know what is history and what is fiction?
I am normally a fan of Valentine’s Day, since I am a big fan romance. But I find myself feeling a little bit anti-Valentine’s Day this year. There are several reasons I can see for this anomaly.
She is an ungovernable widow accused of witchcraft. He is a witch hunter, sworn to restore order. Together they ignite a passion that could consume everything they touch.