Category Archives: inspiration

We can’t go on meeting like this: The importance of that very first meeting in a romance story

by Kate Walker, author of Olivero’s Outrageous Proposal One of the hardest things about writing a romance is that moment when you know that you need to get your hero and heroine together. That is, after all, the reason for the … Continue reading »

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The Sheikh’s Princess Bride and Daring to Go After Your Dream

by Annie West, author of The Sheikh’s Princess Bride Have you ever dreamed big and then talked yourself out of trying to achieve your goal because it seemed too difficult or too improbable? Do you take baby steps instead of daring … Continue reading »

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Maisey Yates on His Diamond of Convenience and Not Giving Characters Everything They Want

by Maisey Yates, author of His Diamond of Convenience “Yes, but is (insert character name here) going to get a book?” This is the most common question I get from readers. Will one of their favorite side characters get an HEA … Continue reading »

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Feeding the Hungry Tabloids…

by Caitlin Crews, author of At the Count’s Bidding Every now and again someone releases intimate photographs—or worse, videos!—to the hungry tabloids, and I cringe.  Don’t you?  I can’t imagine sharing something so personal, so private.  I assume all sorts … Continue reading »

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Amanda Cinelli on wedding planners, bridezillas and creating the perfect wedding!

by Amanda Cinelli, author of Resisting the Sicilian Playboy (Winner of 2014 So You Think You Can Write) I think most women dream of the day they get to plan their own wedding. Choosing the perfect dress and walking down the … Continue reading »

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