Two years ago I made the decision to keep track of my reading. I’m not consistent when it comes to tracking anything, so why did I think this was necessary? ... Read More about Why You Should Track Your Reading
Why You Should Track Your Reading
The fake relationship trope is commonly found in romance novels. The hero and heroine pretend to be romantically involved and wind up falling in love. The main characters may be strangers caught up in extraordinary circumstances, or colleagues who become reluctant allies, or even friends willing to go the extra mile. ... Read More about The Fake Relationship Romance
Some romance stories are advertised as novellas but they seem to have as many pages as a full-length book. Other love stories are sold as novellas but definitely fall in the short story category. And then there are those authors who think a novella is the equivalent of a book teaser. So, what can a romance reader expect from a novella? ... Read More about What is a Romance Novella?
,The intellectual and the bleeding heart. Ravenclaws and Hufflepuffs don’t seem to have a whole lot in common, especially when we go off the few generalized mentions shown in the Harry Potter series (but, hey, Cho and Cedric were a thing!) Anyway, these two houses do share a few things, including a fiercely independent streak, an openminded approach, and a desire to change their corner of the world for the better. ... Read More about RavenPuff Relationships
To me, Penny Jordan's name was synonymous to Harlequin Presents. I had met her once briefly at the RWA conference in New York many years ago and I was completely star struck. She was gracious, glamorous and everything I had expected from reading her books all these years. ... Read More about Favorite Penny Jordan Books