Review: Captain Amberton’s Inherited Bride by Jenni Fletcher

By now you know I’m a big fan of Jenni Fletcher’s writing. Her warmth and passion for history shines in each of her books. When I’m reading a Jenni Fletcher novel, I know I’m going to learn something. I also know that I’ll be dealing with an Alpha male who needs redemption, and a heroine Read More

Four Reasons I Love Writing Category Romance

Earlier this month, I wrote a post about what you can expect from category romance. That was partly because of the comments I’ve heard after people who don’t usually read category, read category. It was also partly for the aspiring authors who’d like to write category, but have no idea where to start. Today, I’m Read More

Three Reasons You Need a Writing Community

Writing is hard. The craft is hard, the business is hard, the industry is hard. Regardless of where you are in your career, you’ve experienced some of this hardship. Because it isn’t going to get any easier – sorry! – the best way to get through it is to become part of a writing community. Read More

Review: Perfect Match by Zoe May

I’ve made it my mission to read more debut authors this year. And since you know how important reviews are to authors – particularly to new authors – I’m going to combine my mission with my resolution to write more reviews as well. (I’m a multi-tasking kind of girl 😊 ) Today’s review is of Read More

Two Things to Expect from Category Romance

Category romance is one of the many kinds of romance novels out there. And just like with each kind of romance, enjoying it as a reader and author requires an understanding of what it is. Category romances are shorter romance – 50 000 to 55 000 words – which are written according to certain categories or outlines. Read More