- Scorched Sheets shares loads of information from the Rogue Digital Workshop during RWA.
- What a conference! Editor Joanne Grant on RWA.
- The ladies of AAR share Observations From My First RWA and RWA: Sandy’s Take.
- Katiebabs does a 2009 RWA Nationals: One Final Re-Cap.
- Jane asks authors and readers if abortion is acceptable in romance?
- If abortions are taboo don’t forget the The Plan B Taboo.
- Midnight Moon Café sheds some light on The Paranormal Hero.
- Emily Bryan asks Must a Romance have a Happy Ending?
- Strong Heroes Need Strong Heroines, right?
- What’s In A Name [for aliens]?
- Speaking of hot and not… Does Paranormal Romance Rate its own sub-sub-genre?
- Diane Wylie, guest blogger at We Write Romance, on Historical Romance Meets Today’s Realities.
- Heather of The Galaxy Express writes All Paranormal Romances Are Not Created Equal!
- Teach Me Tonight pulls together a little something on Gothic Romance.
- Romance Cliches we love to hate, and ones we love to love… by Kathleen OReilly. I completely agree with the point on Judy Greer. In a romance as opposed to a romantic comedy, we would have Judy Greer starring her own story instead of always playing the BFF.
- Jessica blogs on the An Emotional Paradox in Romance Fiction over at Romancing the Blog.
- Laurel Ann reviews The Grand Sophy by Georgette Heyer.
- Sandy reviews Bride of a Wicked Scotsman by Samantha James.
- Zinnia reviews Miner in Petticoats by Paty Jager.
- Jessica’s Reflections on Anah Crow’s Uneven and s/m in Romance and RL.
- Paperback Diva interviews Meet the Author: AC Arthur.
- Jane Austen’s World interviews Kaye Dacus, Author of Ransome’s Honoe.
- Lyn interviews Emma Lai.
- SORMAG’s FEATURED AUTHOR is LaToya Stevenson Watkins!
Between the Sheets:
- Romantic Inks holds anInterview with an Editor of Samhain Publishing.
- Jane conducts an interview with Harlequin Young Adult Editor Natashya Wilson.
- Shiloh Walker says Epubs… wondering where to start?
- Leah explains Why ‘Sold out’ doesn’t mean ‘Sold well’.
- Erotic Horizon interviews Kristie (J) – Ramblings on Romance, etc.
- Nicole asks Are Kindle Books For Rent, Sale, or Borrow?
- Emma Taylor presents 100 Awesome Sites for Buying, Trading, and Selling All Your Books posted at MasterDegreeOnline.
- Which came first the trend or the marketing? Seduced by History contemplates this in What’s Hot? What’s Not? Does It Matter?
- More ways to tell if you are reading too many romance novels.
- Shelley Munro presents Collaborative Writing Partnerships posted at Shelley Munro Blog, Author of Contemporary and Paranormal Romance.
- Surbhi Bhatia presents Reading Mills & Boon – The Viewspaper posted at The Viewspaper » The Viewspaper.
- For a fun post check out Monsters, now with 40% less monster… and talk bubbles.
On Writing [Tips:]
- Sex Scenes: How Real is too Real? What do you think?
- 10 Things I’ve Learned Since Becoming Published.
- Teresa Says It Loud and Says It Proud: I WRITE ROMANCE NOVELS!!!
- Shiloh Walker comments on faith and writing [and erotica romance.]
- Susan Kearney on where do ideas come from?
- Victoria Janssen presents Victoria Janssen: Some Notes on Revising a Manuscript: Coherence and Storytelling posted at Victoria Janssen.
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