Posts tagged with: contemporary romance
By Jeanette Grey On Dec 30 2013, 9:37 am
New Year’s Eve. Valentine’s Day. You birthday, your anniversary. For all of these sorts of events, it feels like people start asking you months ahead of time: what are your plans?
And the pressure, man, the pressure.
I think it’s somehow the worst for New Year’s Eve because there are all these images of fancy ball gowns and champagne in pretty flutes. Dancing and drinking, and everyone wants to be doing something cool. It’s not a holiday just for couples, and it’s not just about you. It’s about your status and your life.
When I was a kid, I always spent New Year’s Eve with my brother and my grandmother, while my parents jetted off to Atlantic City to attend some fancy party, and it was the best night of the year. We made all kinds of special treats and played games and stayed up super, super late. I didn’t imagine it could get any better.
On some level, maybe it never did.
By Cat.Johnson On Dec 27 2013, 7:00 am
Here’s the thing…I write about bull riders a lot, and in that sport, sad but true, thirty is considered old. So many of my cowboy heroes and heroines for the Studs in Spurs series have been younger. That’s why it was a really nice change to write an older hero for the final offering in [...]
By Sally Falcon On Jul 10 2013, 9:23 am
Okay, maybe it’s in the top five questions asked? There’s always someone who will ask about money, and at least one who will make a silly comment about sex research. (For some reason you don’t have to have experience to write a murder, but they always seem to ask romance writers about sexual experience, even [...]
By Shelley Munro On Jun 19 2013, 8:00 am
Hundreds of years ago men went out hunting in order to feed their families. It was a dangerous business. The women were gatherers, collecting berries and edible plants to round out their diets. Fast forward to modern times. These days we do our hunting and gathering at the supermarket. While we don’t have to worry [...]
By Rhian.Cahill On Jun 8 2013, 9:00 am
I was talking with author Lexxie Couper and our editor (the super lovely Heidi Moore) the other day and the conversation turned to ‘the next big thing’ and whether any of us could predict what it might be. A while ago we had the paranormal thing (you couldn’t turn around without bumping into a vampire) [...]
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