Writing Romance

18 Feb 19
Sarandipity Book Reviews

COVER REVEAL: CROSSING THE TOUCHLINE By Jay Hogan Release Date: April 23 2019   Pre-Order: Dreamspinner   Cover Design: Kanaxa Length: 119,000 words approx. Publisher: Dreamspinner Press Blurb An Auckland Med. Story What if you’ve worked your whole life for a dream, to play rugby for the most successful sports team on the planet, the New Zealand All Blacks? What […]

18 Feb 19
Solo Coffee Cup

From March 1-5th, aspiring writers of MG & YA are able to submit completed manuscripts to Author Mentor Match in the hopes of being paired with an experienced author for mentorship! It’s an exciting and cool opportunity to find some help in working towards publishing your story, and I’m planning to participate in this round! […]

18 Feb 19
The Lesbian Review

Never Enough by Robyn Nyx is a unique blend of a blood chilling thriller and suspense with a dash of romance. This story emphasizes the fragility of life, what money can or cannot buy and the art of embracing love no matter how terrifying it may seem.    A deranged murderer will go to the […]

18 Feb 19
AC Squared Book Blog

#CoverReveal #TrailerReveal #NoFeelingsInvolved #SiobhanDavis #ComingSoon Can this skeptical player let down his guard long enough to let love into his life, or is this forbidden romance a train wreck in the making? No Feelings Involved, an all-new steamy romance from USA Today bestselling author Siobhan Davis is coming March 31st! Ryan James doesn’t believe in […]

18 Feb 19
Mrs B's Book Reviews

Welcome to Tea with Mrs B, an author interview series. Here to share a pot of tea and to chat about her brand new book, An Impossible Thing Called Love, is Belinda Missen. Author and sometimes foodie, Belinda is a ridiculous romantic who met her husband after being set up by a friend two states […]

18 Feb 19
Willow and Thatch

Here’s to crime! Thanks to the smash success of recent Agatha Christie adaptations, like Kenneth Branagh’s “Murder on the Orient Express” and BBC One’s “And Then There Were None,” there’s been a renewed interest in adapting the queen of crime’s novels for the screen. In an ongoing series for Willow and Thatch, Abby Murphy will […]

18 Feb 19
Meghan's Whimsical Explorations & Reviews

Hello my friends! Happy Monday! If you’re lucky, like me, then today you have as a holiday! Happy Family Day to all my fellow Canadians (who celebrate today… I know some provinces celebrate it on another day). Today I’m going to be posting my reviews of Richelle Mead’s trilogy, The Glittering Court.

18 Feb 19
Time Enough for Books

2.5 Stars The Last Letter is well written and emotional, however it just puts too many issues into one book. Ella is a young single mom of twins (aged 5-7 throughout the book), she owns a B&B in Colorado, her parents are deceased, and her brother is in the military overseas. We open to that, which […]

18 Feb 19
Stop Loving Everything

Two months into 2019, yeah yeah. I have a late pass. This isn’t everything, btw. I’ve omitted a few unbearably bad (one of them anti-Semitic) books I had to read for a gig economy job. No order. Transit  Kudos Rachel Cusk Numbers two and three in Cusk’s earned take on WG Sebald’s innerspace fiction. Or, […]

18 Feb 19
Reading in Bed

It is a truth universally acknowledged that Pride and Prejudice is one of the most famous books on the planet – not bad for an author who never left Britain. With very little action and absolutely no sex, the plot doesn’t scream ‘best seller’, but I fell in love with Jane Austen’s romantic classic.

18 Feb 19
lpring

I was reminded recently of the importance of setting when someone I follow on Twitter bemoaned the fact that she had started writing, had seemingly written pages, and then realised that she had not written a single thing about where any of the action had taken place. Where is all this delicious action happening? How […]

18 Feb 19
Kay's Window Seat

The Silent Patient, is a deliciously dark contemporary novel, delving deep into human psychology. It’s braided story line explores streets shrouded in the night, a psychiatric hospital and days of the distant past, following strongly written characters and slowly revealing more and more of and amazingly twisted tale.

18 Feb 19
Hayley Elizabeth

I have a confession. I finished writing my book a bit earlier. Yes, I finished writing the first draft of my book about two weeks ago. I first admitted this in my email newsletter and you should totally subscribe to my bi-monthly newsletter! Emails can suck, but mine don’t! Who knows maybe I’ll be doing […]