Reader Roundup

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Romancing the Author – Reader Roundup with Amy Alessio

While the Romance Writers of America conference is going on in San Antonio, I thought it might be fun to look at some romantic stories about writers. Get the movie Romancing the Stone for more […]

Sizzling Heat for Summer – Reader Roundup with Amy Alessio

We haven’t had too many scorching days yet in Chicagoland where I am. Is it hot where you are? Heat it up a little more with these sizzling titles. Many readers are familiar with Jill […]

Happy 4th of July! Military Heroes – Reader Roundup with Amy Alessio

Many of you are enjoying hot temperatures as we head into the summer holiday, and here are some hot romance stories to keep the sizzle going. Military characters in romance stories can feature ex soldiers, […]

If You Like to Mind Travel with Outlander, Try These! Amy Alessio, Reader Roundup

With the premiere of the Outlander series coming to the US early August, I decided to find other time traveling Highlander themed titles. Gabaldon’s series is unique, but you may enjoy these also!     […]

Reader Roundup – Beach Romances for the Sand and Beyond with Amy Alessio

Is the weather finally feeling like summer in your area? If not, these romances will put you in a beach mood.           Terry McMillan’s How Stella Got Her Groove Back On […]

Multi-Genre Authors = Multi-Levels Impressive! – Reader Roundup with Amy Alessio

Sometimes readers are not happy when a favorite author tries something different, either with their usual name, or a pen name, but these authors are definitely multi-talented. This list includes some of my favorites, and […]

Authors Writing for Teen and Adult – Reader Roundup with Amy Alessio

I just had the pleasure of giving a talk on this subject with Joelle Charbonneau at the Spring Fling Conference in Illinois last weekend and we were happy to find that a lot of authors […]

Reader Roundup – Romantic Rakes with Amy Alessio

Bad boys were appealing even in Regency times, it seems. These transformation stories add spice to the strict ballroom and ton societal rules of those days.         In Mary Jo Putney’s The […]

Reader Roundup – Lessons on Love: College Romance with Amy Alessio

The growing New Adult genre means that more romances set in colleges are being published. While some of these have similar themes it definitely doesn’t feel like homework to read and enjoy these stories.   […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule – March 31st to April 4th

Whether you’re enjoying blue skies or snow flurries, RU is always in session. Here’s our line-up for this week.  Monday, March 31st – How to Publish Boxed Sets with Afton Locke Wednesday, April 2nd – […]

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