I was not familiar with The Forward, a publication that reports on American Jewish life, when one of the headlines caught my eye: “Why so few Jews in romance novels? This author and bookseller is leading a charge to change that”. ... Read More about Jewish Life in Romance Novels
Jewish Life in Romance Novels
Do you avoid reading romance short stories? Is it because they feel too short and incomplete compared to a novel? The problem is that a short story is supposed to offer a different reading experience. ... Read More about What is a Romance Short Story?
In the United States, Black romance novels are also categorized as African-American romances. It wasn’t too long ago when readers were unable to find these love stories in the bookstore with other romance novels. They were shelved in the African-American section. ... Read More about Black Romance Novels for Beginners
There’s something that just feels heroic about a GryffinPuff relationship. It doesn’t have the fiery “charge-into-battle” vibe of a Gryffindor/Gryffindor couple, or the “loyal-to-the-end” feel of a Slytherin/Hufflepuff duo, but there’s something in this match that exudes a quiet confidence. ... Read More about GryffinPuff Relationships
I have been a romance reader for decades and here’s one thing I have learned over the years: there is always someone trying to police your reading choices. ... Read More about Your Right to Read Romance