Christine Merrill

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What’s in a Name by Christine Merrill

I met Christine Merrill at Jennifer Crusie’s Cherry Con in 2007. Christine read an excerpt of her historical romance, AN UNLADYLIKE OFFER. It knocked me out. I’d had the impression that historicals were stuffy and […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule April 21-25

Happy Easter! After that fluffy bunny hops down the bunny trail – hippity hoppity – and the eggs are all found and the Easter dinner served, you’ll have plenty of time to review the lectures […]

Category Romance: Ask the Authors, Day 1

I blame my addiction to romance on Mills & Boon. I first discovered category romance when I lived in England, but when I moved back home, Harlequin and Silhouette books quickly outnumbered the M&B titles […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule for June 27-July 1: Two Panels of Category Authors Plus Dianne Castell Becke Martin Davis has put together an amazing list of Visiting Professors this week! On Monday and Wednesday, Becke chats with two panels of authors about their experiences with writing category romance. Dianne Castell […]

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