posts by Janine:
Dear Ms. Joyce, I've been reading your books since The Veil of Night came out. I thought it was a bit above average for a debut, but conventional. The two books that followed were somewhat stronger in my opinion. All three showed a talent for conjuring an atmosphere, and main ... more >
Dear Ms. Ward, I admit it: I am addicted. Usually I'm drawn to subtle books, books that astutely observe the complexities of human relationships, books written with an ear for beautiful language. If that kind of reading experience is a horseback ride through lush countryside, one of your Black Dagger ... more >
Dear Ms. Sinclair, Games of Command, your science fiction romance, begins shortly after an alliance is formed between the Triad and the United Coalition. Captain Tasha “Sass” Sebastian, formerly of the United Coalition, is surprised to learn that she has been assigned to the Vaxxar, a huntership under the command ... more >
Dear Ms. Nichols, Since I only read 148 of the 443 pages that comprise your first novel, Sunburst's Citadel, there are a number of things I'm not qualified to say about it. I can't say, for example, how much the characters grow or change over the course of the book, ... more >
We’re nearing the end of the nomination period for our March book club. Now’s your last chance to nominate a book. Any book released this month or in early March qualifies, so don’t hold back. Keep those nominations coming! And post them here.
Radio Netherlands has a positive article on Mills and Boon. The Salt Lake Tribune offers up an article on romance writers and the industry.