Posts tagged with: Paranormal Romance
By Mary Hughes On Oct 17 2013, 9:00 am
For our wedding anniversary this month, as we traveled to Chicago and a hot tub hotel room, my husband and I got onto a strange topic.
I won’t tell you what anniversary we’re on but let me say we’ve been together enough years to start looking like each other. We’re way way past the first blush of new love. I was complaining…I mean discussing that I felt it not entirely honest that I almost always write romance starting with the first meet.
There’s something thrilling about that special man hitting your eyes and libido for the first time. But though that moment is behind me, I wouldn’t go back. No matter how wonderful that giddy feeling, I’m happier with the steady burning of lifetime love. Read more…
By Gabriella.Hewitt On Oct 7 2013, 8:31 am
Lately, I have been doing a lot of soul searching and I’m thinking I need more than a flashlight and a plastic bag to get rid of half the garbage I am touting around. Sometimes I need to take a step back and realize that crap is going to pile up along with the laundry, [...]
By Shona Husk On Aug 29 2013, 9:00 am
I get asked this question all the time in interviews and the short answer is pretty much everything. However I do have my favourite genres and things I’d rather not read. Basically I’m like any other avid reader. I have likes and dislikes, favourite authors, series I love and things I won’t touch. I used [...]
By Bianca D'Arc On Aug 14 2013, 9:24 am
When I first started writing romance, I never really thought I’d be able to write about some of my favorite imaginary creatures. Until recently – maybe the last decade or so - dragons and werecreatures – wolves, big cats, bears, raptors, etc – were not really all that accepted in romance fiction. I can even remember [...]
By Robyn.Bachar On Jun 18 2013, 7:00 am
My writing is usually inspired by my dreams. I’ll wake up with an idea for a character or plot twist, and frantically write it down before it vanishes. But in the case of my new release, Poison in the Blood, I was inspired by a poem. “Goblin Market” by Christina Rossetti is a cautionary tale [...]
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