And in knowing better, and understanding that romance is both subversive and aggressively feminist and forward thinking, I now hold it to a much higher standard than I ever did in the past.
Passionflix is the Netflix for romance lovers. It’s the Hallmark and Lifetime channels without the handholding and with all the kissing bits left in. It’s the future we, as a genre, have been waiting for for a long time.
I first published my senior year of college, early in 2014, and let me say that there are a great many things I have learned about writing, romance, desire and business since then. Here are just a few.
I sat down with Kassandra Lea to talk writing, passion, and her book, A Christmas Kiss!
As many of you likely know, I write romance novels under two pen names. Last week, I talked a little about how this makes for certain challenges, keeping up with marketing and publishing schedules, and more. Despite all of that, however, I still genre hop within each of the pen names, and here’s why--I can’t stop.
At this summer's RWA17 I got to chat with the funny and totally wonderful Peggy Jaeger, author of Passion's Pallet! I'm excited to share some of her stories, tips on writing and info on the new book with you!
I sat down with Brenda Whiteside to talk writing, love and her new book, The Power of Love and Murder!