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Guest Post: Balancing writing and family by Kate Belle

Guest Post: Balancing writing and family by Kate Belle

If you're new here, why not subscribe to our email updates or follow us on Facebook? You can also add us to your Google Reader. Thanks for visiting! Today’s guest post, on balancing writing and family, is by Kate Belle   How do you juggle your family with writing? It’s a common enough question (although interestingly more often directed at female than...

Giveaway: The Secret of Ella and Micha by Jessica Sorensen

Giveaway: The Secret of Ella and Micha by Jessica Sorensen

Hooray for free things! Bestselling author Jessica Sorensen has joined the Forever Romance list, and to celebrate, the lovely people at Grand Central publishing have offered a copy of The Secret of Ella and Micha to one lucky reader from the US or Canada. Below you’ll find a little bit more about the book, as well as a Rafflecopter form where you can...

Interview: Sandra Antonelli on advocating for older protagonists in romance fiction

Interview: Sandra Antonelli on advocating for older protagonists in romance fiction

Local romance author Sandra Antonelli and I have been in touch over Twitter and through the site for a while now, but first properly connected over an interview I did late last year with author Maggie Dana about middle-aged protagonists and their representation in fiction. This is, as it turns out, Sandra’s area of expertise, and is something that she...

Review: The Best Man by Kristan Higgins

Review: The Best Man by Kristan Higgins

Yesterday I asked the readers of the RIASS Facebook page whether they make themselves finish reading a book that’s really not to their tastes, or whether they put such a book down. And if the latter, at what point would they do so? There’s a reason that this review is appearing about a week later than originally scheduled. And that’s because...

Interview: LA Johannesson on writing “technological romance”

Interview: LA Johannesson on writing “technological romance”

One of the topics that I find endlessly interesting in fiction is the lengths that many authors will go to in order to avoid dealing with modern technology in their work. A functioning mobile phone, for example, can easily put an end to a disaster or adventure story, so it’s little wonder that characters either lose them, forget to charge them, or break...

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