Sarah Wendell attended Tools of Change and has two round up post. Post 1 Post 2. This post had interesting information about Goodreads. One thing that caught my eye was this: “Angela James asked during the Q&A what the minimum… more
Yesterday we had a guest post from Lucy Gilmore, the editor of the Harlequin Presents line from Mills & Boon about how connected series, like The Notorious Wolfes, gets created. Caitlin Crews shared with us the Bible that the authors… more
News An author by the name of Mainak Dhar has several self published books for sale and many of his books have an average of 4 stars with over 200+ reviews. The number of high ranking reviews is propelling sales. Alice… more
I emailed Sarah Morgan and asked if she would take us into the world of connected series books. Mills & Boon published a terrific, eight book connected series called the Notorious Wolfes (US) or Bad Blood (UK). Heroically, she came… more
Week ending February 14, 2012 Everything I Know about Love I Learned from Romance Novels by Sarah Wendell A | BN | K | S Heat by Lee Smith A | BN | Are Her Husband’s Harlot (Mayhem in Mayfair #1)… more
Dear Ms. Albright, Readers usually have to wait for a rare non-Regency but this is a twofer bonus of western with an unusual setting even for that subgenre. “Remember the Alamo!” But what’s with the description at eharlequin? The heroine’s… more
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