Do you ever wonder where the year went? Me too. It’s hard to believe that tomorrow begins the last month of 2011. I would love to post some reader reminiscences about their 2011 year of reading. What they loved. What… more
Bettie Sharpe is re-imagining faery tales of old for the romance crowd. Ember took on Cinderella and Cat’s Tale is a Puss ‘n’ Boots retelling. Given the rise of darker faery tales in the form of the television series, “Once Upon… more
I’m only a couple days behind on this one!! We’re back, with more podcasting fun, this time as we chat about what we’re reading. We discuss cursing in romance – and whether there’s more cursing and blue language in romance… more
Dear Authors, Steampunk is that subgenre I want to love, that I think has so much potential. Unfortunately, we have a rocky relationship. I’ve attempted to read too many novels in which the steampunk trappings are superficial — put a… more
Margaret Rowe brings us the short featuring Viscount Lucien Ransford who is going to make his new wife pay for trapping him into marriage. Good thing for their marriage that Maida enjoys the punishment. Like the previous story, I felt… more
Sadly, I think I forgot to post this. It’s podcast time again! This week we have an epic interview with author Sarah Mayberry. That’s right, all the way to Australia for our first author interview. This podcast is long –… more
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