By today’s standard, if you claim something’s a name, well damn anyone who says otherwise. But at the turn of the 19th century, everyone was still being named for their great grandmothers and the current ruler.
We have somehow squeezed an incomparable number of dukes, earls, marquesses and barons from nine short years of English history.
And to that, I have to ask, what about literally all the rest of time?
I got to sit down with Ellie St. Clair to talk writing, gambling, and her new release, He's a Duke, But I Love Him!
I got to sit down with Emily Murdoch to chat writing, characters and her new Kickstarter endeavor that's full of fun and unique prizes for you!
Being able to get away from the truly terrible things in our lives – be them personal or universal, a loss in the family or the overwhelming tragedy of the world that seems so completely out of our control, is not a bad thing. It is a survival technique, a self-care step we must all take in order to make it through the toughest days.
There are a great many forgivable elements that show themselves time and again in the romance novel genre. For instance, based on our knowledge of history’s healthcare and abundant inbreeding, we know for certain that every duke, earl, marquis and prince was not, as our favorite novels lead us to believe, a hottie with a … Continue reading On the Shelf at 24
I have a confession - I used to listen to book series out of order. I have always loved romance novels. The progression is well enough known, from the YA books with a bit of smooching, to the vanilla romances with a bit of fondling, to the novels were all know our grandmothers kept hidden … Continue reading In Praise of the Romance Novel Series