chick lit

Review: A Royal Pain by Megan Mulry

Review: A Royal Pain by Megan Mulryby Keira G

Heroine: Bronte Talbott unashamedly follows the tabloids chronicling the lives of British royals. Just because Prince Charming would be nice, doesn’t mean Bronte shuts the door on other hopefuls. Unfortunately for her, she gets burned when her Texan sweetie dumps her flat after she moves from NYC to Chicago. Ouch. Pride keeps her from returning […]

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Top Ten Chick-Lit Titles

Top Ten Chick-Lit Titlesby Sandra Scholes

Guest blog by Sandra Scholes Ever since Bridget Jones’s Diary was published and on the shelves for all to buy, chick-lit has been the staple of many a teen and adult woman who wants to know all about the world around her and more importantly what to expect in work or romance. Like in The […]

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Top Ten Chick-Lit Titles

Top Ten Chick-Lit Titlesby Sandra Scholes

Guest Post by Sandra Scholes Do you love to read chick-lit novels? I do. They are the ones where anything can happen and can be as cheesy as possible, yet they do have an endearing quality many warm to. Bridget Jones’s Diary is one to mention as it is one of the most popular chick-lit […]

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Why I Chose to Self-Publish

Why I Chose to Self-Publishby Guest Blogger

Guest post by Michele Gorman, author of Single in the City You shouldn’t run with scissors. You should say please and thank you. Sometimes it makes sense to do what you’re told, so I rarely run with any sharp instrument and always mind my manners. Sometimes, though, what you’re told just doesn’t make sense. I’ve […]

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Review: Bad Heir Day by Wendy Holden

Review: Bad Heir Day by Wendy Holdenby Keira G

I wanted to like Bad Heir Day, the plot sounded cute, but I wasn’t able to delve deep into the story and immerse myself for a couple of reasons. Mostly, I just couldn’t drum up enough empathy for any of the characters. I didn’t really like any of them. This includes the heroine, Anna. She […]

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