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Book ends

The other day, I was talking to a friend about why I prefer romance (though I read in many genres). As always, the HEA came up. I won’t get into that too much here because I’ve covered it in previous posts. The important thing to know about me as a reader is that if I’m

Friday bonus post

I don’t usually post on Fridays, but it’s my turn to blog over at the Romance Magicians site. Today I’m rambling about reading for the happy ending: Where’s my @#$%&! happy ending? Come check it out. Happy Friday!

Fifteen years

Today is my fifteen year wedding anniversary. I always wonder if I believe in the HEA (happily ever after) so much because I’m living it. When I ponder whether it’s realistic for a H/H to fall in love after a few days, I only have to think back to the first week with my husband.

Dear John

*SPOILER ALERT* If you haven’t read Dear John, or seen the movie, and you don’t want to know the ending, stop now and go enjoy a few Cake Wrecks instead (scroll down for the Valentine’s Day posts). I’ve already mentioned that one of the reasons I write romance is because I love a happy ending.

What is a romance anyway?

My neighbor’s husband kind of irritated me recently when he called romances “trashy novels”. Ahem. Has he ever read one? Especially a good one by a best-selling author? Even if it’s not his thing, I think he’d be forced to admit that the writing is as good as–or even better than–other popular genres. When you

POV or POS?

Be honest. Is your WIP GH-ready, or is it a POS? Not sure? Ask your CP for her POV about the GMC and SL in your MS. If you’re thinking, “WTF?” then read on. In the military a POV is your Personally Owned Vehicle, that is, your car. There’s an acronym for freakin’ everything in