What draws us time and again to this trope? Hate-to-love is surprisingly tricky to write, and you have to be carefully toeing the line, but we keep coming back? Why? The tension. Ooh baby, we love that tension.
Be a writer, they said. It will be easy, they said.
Sometimes I write about important things. This isn’t one of those times. This is one of those times where I stomp my feet and beat my chest and demand that our alpha He-Men are also capable polyglots with an eye for Baroque art and a surprisingly vast knowledge of the erotic language in the Decameron.
In my own defense, there aren’t nearly enough dirty words to properly express my thoughts, so I do have to reuse them from time to time. Or time to time to time.
When it comes to titles, I am all or none.
So what’s my ideal romance hero, well it’s not so much about the packaging as what’s really inside.
Having just completed the third book in my menage romance series, I have to say – menage books are a ton of fun to write.
I got to sit down with Catherine Curzon to chat writing, puppers and her new story, An Actor's Guide to Romance!
It’s important to step back and remember what drives us to our favorite genre, so I want to delve into my top five romance novel tropes and why they rank above all the rest.
I got to sit down with B.L. Blair to talk writing, bird cages and her new release, The Lost Macaw!