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Why Do Vampires Make Great Heroes?

Why Do Vampires Make Great Heroes?by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Cynthia Garner, author of Vampire’s Hunger Prior to Bram Stoker’s Dracula, vampires were dead things that crawled out of their graves each night to feed on the living, usually their family members and friends. They were the evil (and icky) undead. Nothing remotely romantic about ’em. Then Mr. Stoker came along with […]

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The Confidence to be a Writer

The Confidence to be a Writerby Guest Blogger

Hi, thank you Love Romance Passion for having me. I’m B.D Hawkey, author of Old Sins Long Shadows, which is an historical romance with grit. However, I would consider myself a reader of romance first and a rather fussy reader too as I have a list of pet peeves of things I dislike. I have […]

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How I Screwed Up My First Romance Novel

How I Screwed Up My First Romance Novelby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by John Blumenthal, co-author of Passing Wind of Love Inspired by the gazillions of dollars people are making in the romance novel genre, I decided to write one with a friend, Barry Golson. Granted, the genre is dominated by women, but so what? How hard could it be? Besides, Barry and I weren’t […]

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The Appeal of Romance Novels to the Committed and Not Dim-Witted

The Appeal of Romance Novels to the Committed and Not Dim-Wittedby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by T.D. Hassett, author of Loving Link I was recently reading the resurgence of the Quilliam study on the evils of romance novel reading. I admit it, as a fan of the genre and an author; I got pissed at her conclusions. For those of you who don’t follow research on romance novels […]

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Surfing, USA

Surfing, USAby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Susan Squires, author of Waiting for Magic (The Children of Merlin) Don’t get me wrong, I have never surfed, and I’m way past the age of trying. But I live four blocks from the beach in Southern California, and I love watching other people surf. Sometimes the swell is actually crowded with […]

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Review: While You’re Away (Part I) by Jessa Holbrook

Review: While You’re Away (Part I) by Jessa Holbrookby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Tricia Patten is having a party. Sarah Westlake and her boyfriend Dave Echols are the entertainment. If you want to be part of the party, put on some of your favorite music. You’ll find it to be very interesting. It had me thinking “Animal House” that includes have a senior hottie, […]

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Write the Good Fight: Combat in the Theatre and Fiction

Write the Good Fight: Combat in the Theatre and Fictionby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by C.C. Humphreys, author of The Blooding of Jack Absolute There are many similarities between choreographing a fight for the stage and for the page. They are both, in a way, ‘conversation by other means’. They should be all about ‘character in action’: reveal something of those we are following. Give us some […]

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Review: The Perfect Match (Blue Heron, Book 2) by Kristan Higgins

Review: The Perfect Match (Blue Heron, Book 2) by Kristan Higginsby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Honor Grace Holland has a unique experience that I don’t think I’ve ever read in a Prologue before – I feel for her. She has an agenda and it includes Brogan Cain. But what’s great about an author’s imagination is that nothing is ever set in stone. Tom Barlow is a […]

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