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So You Want to Write a Military Romance by Heatherly Bell

TweetWhy are military romances so popular? Author Heatherly Bell joins us today with a discussion on writing military heroes and the various research methods employed by military romance authors. Great to have you back, Heather!  […]

How to Write a Mystery Yarn By Betty Hechtman

Cozy mysteries are in a class by themselves. They feature murders, but not usually gruesome ones, and sometimes a bit of romance, but they aren’t dark and steamy like romantic suspense novels. The titles are […]

Sports Romance Is More Than The Score By Elizabeth Harmon

While I’m not a fan of sports, I do love me some sports romance! Elizabeth Harmon is here to tell us a bit more on how to make your sports romance more authentic. It had […]

CAPITOL DANGER: A COLLABORATION by Suzanne Ferrell

TweetMerriam Webster defines “anthology” as “a published collection of writings (such as poems or short stories) by different authors.” But within that definition, there is room for variations on form and format. Suzanne Ferrell describes […]

What Lies at the Heart of Suspense? by Katia Lief

Becke says: I love to read romance, but long before I discovered the romance genre, I fell in love with mysteries. In particular, I’m hooked on suspense and thrillers like those KATIA LIEF writes.  I […]

Oh…You Write Romance? by Jules Bennett

Today we welcome back national best-selling contemporary romance author JULES BENNETT, tackling a topic that hits close to home. I get this question so often, but the tone of the inquirer is always different. I […]

Boundaries of Imagination by Jacqui Jacoby

TweetUnicorns shed their horns in early fall and vampires hoard Twinkies. I’m not an authority on unicorns or vampires but who is? Today, author Jacqui Jacoby shares her research tips on researching the paranormal. Welcome back, […]

Writing as a Southerner by Keri Ford

TweetI’ve known Keri Ford since she was a young whippersnapper.  I’ve always been intrigued by her “Southern-isms,” especially since she lives in Arkansas, and that’s where I was born. I might have shared her captivating […]

Romance, Passion, and Eroticism: Creating More Than Sex Between Male Lovers In Literature

Have you ever thought of writing male to male romance? Well then welcome to Andrew Jericho … he writes male romance, and is here to show us how. Before I put thought to text, I […]

Who Reads Romance, Anyway? by Becke Martin Davis

TweetRU’s weapons expert, ADAM FIRESTONE, will be back soon. In place of his scheduled post, avid reader Becke Martin Davis wants to know who’s reading romance, anyway?  Who reads romance? Hmmm, judging by that show […]

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