Janine and I have done joint reviews of two previous books in the series, Tangle of Need and Shield of Winter, and when she suggested doing a joint review of the newest book, I was more than game. — Jennie Jennie: Allegiance of Honor marks the 15th (!) book in the ... more >
Enjoy sites like Groupon or Living Social? If so, you aren’t alone. Around 50 million people have used Groupon inviting a hoard of copy cat social coupon sites like locusts to a wheat field. All Things D reports that Hearst Owned magazines will launch its own group commerce site that ... more >
I’m not certain when the first epilogue appeared in romance. You can’t blame it on the category books because I’ve read hundreds of old time categories and epilogues were far rarer in the “olden days.” I think, but don’t know for a fact, that the epilogue became de rigeur in ... more >
Last week, we had the prologues poll and now we’re going to do an epilogue. How many of you enjoy epilogues? What do you want in an epilogue? What type of book needs an epilogue and where are epilogues merely extraneous?
Dear Mr. Priest, Ever since I read somewhere that rock stars were supposedly unacceptable in Romancelandia, I’ve been fascinated by the concept and read them whenever one pops up (nothing like telling me something’s “not done” to make me want to do it!). In The Curtis Reincarnation, Tyler Curtis is ... more >
File this under what I would do if I ran publishing. There are quite a few books that are decent or even good where the epilogues drive me absolutely batty. It’s as if the author isn’t quite sure we readers have been sold on how awesome the happy ever after ... more >