#AugustReviews: Love Me by Kathy-Jo Reinhart And #Giveaway

For #AugustReviews, I'm reviewing Love Me by Kathy-Jo Reinhart, a love story about Marcus and Taryn. You can read the full review on my self-hosted page and there's also a giveaway for an ebook copy of Love Me or a book of your choice up to $3.99

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The Problem With Happily Ever After In Romance Fiction | Ravishly

"In the U.S., as far as regular readers of novels which are marketed as 'romance novels' are concerned, the definition of 'a romance novel' does include a happy ending," Dr. Laura Vivanco, an independent scholar of popular romance fiction, told me. That seems confirmed by readers themselves; when All About Romance asked readers if a …

Q & A with Romance Author Marie Force – Advice for Aspiring Romance Novelists

I've been meaning to re-blog this since it came out a week ago and finally, it's here! Marie Force is a contemporary romance author of 50 books, including erotic romance. She's also been on the New York Times bestseller list more than 20 times. In an interview with Women's Day, this is Marie's advice to …

“Each and every word of this story is beautifully written” – InkdIn

"Loving Ashe is a really heartfelt story that will leave you reeling and wanting for more. The way that Liz describes her characters and brings them to life is amazing to witness. Each and every word of this story is beautifully written. The characters are real, deep and flawed. People make mistakes. They lie and …

How to Write: A Year in Advice from Karl Ove Knausgaard, Angela Flournoy, T.C. Boyle, and More – The Atlantic

"When it’s done right, fiction provides the authority to speak about deep things; at the same time, it provides a shield, a mask. The mask lets you say things, talk about things, that you couldn’t ordinarily talk about." - Lorin Stein "At a certain point, you have to be kind to yourself as a writer …