posts by Janine:
From eMediaWire. The Romance Novel TV website launches, most fittingly, this Valentine’s Day, with interviews of bestselling authors, features on upcoming books, a drama that follows a new author, visual tours of romantic cities and more. Read more about it here.
Dear Ms. Smith, Since Jayne has already summarized the storyline of The Crossroads Cafe, I’ll advise our readers to check out her review and proceed to go into what I liked about this book and didn’t work so well for me. Fortunately, there was a lot more of the former ... more >
Dear Readers and Authors, In our FAQ section, Jane and Jayne posted the following review grade explanation: Our review grades are our own opinions, obviously, and therefore fraught with subjectivity. You may or may not agree with our opinions, our grades, or anything else. We’d love for you to comment ... more >
Dear Ms. Block and Ms. Staton, As the Dear Author discussion of the definition of paranormal romance was taking place, I picked up your book, Ruby. Although published as mainstream fiction, Ruby contains strong paranormal and romantic elements. I wouldn’t quite classify it as paranormal romance, but I think it ... more >
Dear Ms. Balogh, I’ve been on a hot streak of enjoying good books lately. All good things come to an end sometime, but I’m sorry it had to end with Simply Love. I’d been looking forward to Anne Jewell’s story since I first encountered her in Slightly Scandalous, expecting that ... more >
Dear Ms. Kleypas, I realize I’m probably the last person in the solar system to read this book, but read it I did. It took me a while to get to it because I was disappointed in the previous entry in your Wallflowers series, It Happened One Autumn, so I ... more >