How Harlequin Became the Most Famous Name in Romance – Not always loving the coverage in Jezebel, I approached Kelly Faircloth’s historical post on Harlequin warily. However, by the third paragraph, I realized this wasn’t going to be the usual… more
Better Than Perfect by Kristina Mathews. $ .99 From the Jacket Copy: More Than A Game, #1 The woman he left behind and the son he never knew are tougher opponents than any he’s met on the field. Pitcher Johnny… more
Dear Ms. Erickson, Sometimes we pick up books for random reasons. When I learned your main character was a photographer, I lit up with interest. I guess I’ve been interested in reading more photographer-characters that aren’t related to tabloid journalism…. more
Canada Reads: Where Celebrities Battle for a Book’s Honor – This is like the coolest thing ever. Five books, five celebrities, five stand-offs in this annual Canadian television series, “Battle of the Books.” Each representative defends the book against its… more
First, Kobo has discounted a bunch of books and Amazon has price matched them. Two of the authors in this discounting spree are Johanna Lindsey and Rachel Gibson. There are close to 20 JL books that are 99c and 9… more
Dear HelenKay Dimon: March is “Series Catch-Up” month in SuperWendy’s TBR challenge, and I chose the second book in the Corcoran Team series released by Harlequin Intrigue. I enjoyed the first installment, Fearless, which introduced the team members and focused… more
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1) New Adult is exploding right now. Why do you think that it’s resonating with readers? I think it’s resonating with readers because it bridges the gap between YA and traditional romance. It’s about the pivotal point in life where… more