Because coffee and books are meant to be together. Like Westly and Buttercup or Harry and Sally. Which of these coffee mugs best describes you as a reader?
When I read a story written by Jayne Ann Krentz, I know I’m going to get a romance about trust and partnership. It doesn’t matter the landscape—contemporary, historical or paranormal—or what pseudonym she uses. The author’s characters seek loyalty and honor in each other.
Sometimes we struggle to empathize with a heroine who was created hundreds of years ago. Yes, we all know loss, longing and love. It can be difficult, however, for a modern woman to understand the rules of behavior the heroine is obligated to follow. Who cares if the literary character cut off her hair for money? What do you mean…
Why do romance books come in different sizes? Is there any advantage to buying a hardcover? And are readers getting the full story in the smaller book size?
Sometimes a blog post or Facebook update just won’t do. You want a person’s unedited and unfiltered opinion. You’re interested in listening to a thought-provoking conversation among a group of people and follow the discussion.