Lately, I’ve noticed that our posts on writing love scenes and sexual tension are among our top trending columns. With that in mind, I’m excited to welcome Rie Warren to the RU campus. Using a three-act […]
RU contributor Christine Pride provides a thoughtful and interesting analogy on love and attraction and how it applies to writing. Welcome back, Christine! Recently I fell for someone, an attractive banker I met the old-fashioned […]
You know how you think you can just tell what kind of relationship a man and woman have just by looking that them? HH says it’s all about how a guy treats his lady. I’ll […]
We’re delighted to have psychotherapist Dr. Debra Holland join us once again. Last year, she briefed us on the ever-intriguing bad boy. Today, she’s here to talk with about making the impossible possible: Understanding Men. […]
Manscaping. The term has been around for a while, but what does it mean, exactly? The Urban Dictionary defines manscaping as “the removal of excess body hair via waxing, shaving, plucking.” To me, the word […]
Challenging couples in love is fun. We get to take two wonderful people who are really just perfect for each other, and make them suffer. If you’re cringing at the very idea, you’re not alone — most of us became romance writers because we believe in happy endings, and we hate to see the people we care about suffering!
Since March is Women’s History Month, I thought I would honor my woman and the history we’ve shared together.
RU crew, today’s topic is serious. That is, if you consider marriage serious, which most of us do. But how many people discuss their expectations of marriage before saying “I do?” Probably not many because we’re young, in love, and honestly most of us had no idea what we expected from a relationship that was supposed to last forever. Trace, a good friend of mine and a truly good guy, is here to talk about a man’s expectations of and thoughts on marriage. Before, during, and unfortunately after.
Today is a continuation of our Man Panel post from December 9, and we take out Man Panel into third base territory, below the waist. If you missed it, check out Part I to find out which of our guys are breast men…
Women constantly find fault with our physical attributes, from our frizzy hair to our unpainted toenails. Can you imagine a man ever asking “Does this make my butt look big?” Me neither. Women often assume […]