‘Tis the season, which means Die Hard had better be in your queue for a holiday binge-watch (and yes, it IS a Christmas movie. There’s an ornament and everything.) The real question I’m posing is this: Is John McClane a romance hero? Let’s discuss. ... Read More about Is John McClane a Romance Hero?
Is John McClane a Romance Hero?
Distance is always hard on couples, whether it’s for just a few days or the situation feels like it’s going to last forever. Lovers who are apart deal with more than just missing each other. They struggle to feel connected as they wait to be together. Here are three songs that represent the commitment, yearning and love often found in long distance relationships: ... Read More about Love Songs Playlist: The Long Distance Edition
Not sure about audiobooks? Don’t think you’ll enjoy them? Try these tips for a gentle introduction: ... Read More about Audiobooks for Beginners
If you are an avid romance reader, chances are you have a favorite Jane Austen book, hero or heroine. Maybe even a favorite film adaptation. While it’s tempting to have the Pride & Prejudice mini-series on constant repeat, get your daily Austen fix with these items: ... Read More about Adding Austen to Your Day
The Lost Soul is brooding, tormented, secretive and passionate. He’s a loner, a wanderer, an outcast. He loves fiercely and hates just as strongly. Some event in his past isolated or cut him deeply, and he’s carried the pain ever since, unwilling or unable to abandon it. The Lost Soul is discerning of peoples’ motivations, devoted to what he loves and far more vulnerable than he pretends. This archetype can also be brooding, fatalistic and unforgiving of himself and others. ... Read More about Hero & Heroine Archetype: The Lost Soul