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Shakespeare & Steampunk: Romancing the Words

Shakespeare & Steampunk: Romancing the Wordsby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Nikki Woolfolk, author of The Men of Summerly When I decided to write the second installment in my Steampunk romance Sweet & Steamy series I never imagined that of the mashup, but the results caused my own heart to flutter and be swept up in the magic that only Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s […]

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Women “Get” It

Women "Get" Itby Guest Blogger

I’ve often heard it said that a female author has a head start when it comes to writing romance because women are naturally more romantic than men.  In my experience, this isn’t necessarily an accurate assessment of men.  After all, if they weren’t at least a little romantic, how would they succeed in winning the […]

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Why M/M?

Why M/M?by Guest Blogger

Hi! My name is Iyana and I live in Jakarta, a city famous for its traffic jams, a lot of cars and motorcycles, and people selling stuff on the roads. I love cats and right now I have five, Larva, Nyil, Cil, Betsy, and Horus. If you want to know more about me, here are […]

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Review: Islands by Richard V. Raiment

Review: Islands by Richard V. Raimentby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: When two men find themselves shipwrecked on a deserted island they find that they must find a connection as they are the only two men who are left there for years. Of course there is only one way for them to quell the boredom of isolation, but Peter Lightfoot is […]

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Heroes Who Think They’re Villains

Heroes Who Think They’re Villainsby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Saloni Quinby, author of Fangs and Floggers (Weapons of Redemption) Although I love many different types of characters, my favorites are the redeemed villain and the antihero. There’s nothing more intriguing than a man or woman with a murky past who at some point in their story, manages to do the right […]

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Review: Kick Start (Dangerous Ground, Book 5) by Josh Lanyon

Review: Kick Start (Dangerous Ground, Book 5) by Josh Lanyonby Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. Will is finally braced to bring Taylor home to meet the folks. Unfortunately, not every member of the Brandt clan loves Taylor the way Will does. Then again, not everyone loves the Brandts. In fact, someone has a score to settle — and too bad for any former DS agents who […]

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Movie Review: The Perfect Wedding (2012)

Movie Review: The Perfect Wedding (2012)by Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. Title: The Perfect Wedding (2012) Run time: 82 min Genre: Comedy Director: Scott Gabriel Writers: Suzanne Brockmann, Ed Gaffney, Jason T. Gaffney Line-Up: Paul Fowler – Eric Aragon Gavin Greene – Jason T. Gaffney Alana Fowler – Apolonia Davalos Kirk Corbett – Brendan Griffin Vicki Carabella- Annie Kerins Zack Gastineau – […]

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Review: Stripped Clean by Ellis Carrington

Review: Stripped Clean by Ellis Carringtonby Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. Carlos O’Shea is stuck. He knocked up a girl in college after a night of too much drinking and then married her to be honorable. With little money, fewer options, and no degree, he winds up cleaning the floors in a small town gentlemen’s club and thinking desperate thoughts about the […]

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