"Romance" Blogs & Blog Posts

Shadow and FangShadow and Fang

The musings, methods, and sugar coated sass of paranormal romance author Ka...

 
Adelle Laudan's BlogAdelle Laudan's Blog

Author Adelle Laudan's Blog where you can keep uptodate on her books. ...

 
Jamieson Wolf - Words that satisfy every need...Jamieson Wolf - Words that satisfy every need...

The official blog for author Jamieson Wolf. Includes information on current...

 
long distance love affairlong distance love affair

it's a long distance love affair. and my journey of travels. while i ...

 


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If you’ve ever broken up with someone—and been on the receiving end of an angry series of texts or phone calls—you might recoil at the idea of ending a relationship when it isn’t working. To save yourself from having the talk altogether, you...

One of the wonderful and terrible things about the internet is how it allows people seeking others with hard-to-find traits to find them: advertisers can find people thinking about buying a refrigerator; people who think they might be trans can find...

It's no secret that my favorite genres are mysteries and thrillers. But to temper all that mayhem, I really enjoy a good chick lit, romantic kinda read. I had been seeing lots of positive reviews about Abby Jimenez's debut novel - The...

Read: Discover the Art and Craft of Poetry. Preserve Your Emotions in Poetry.https://poets.media/discover-the-art-and-craft-of-poetry...

In 2002, I went to the movies with my mom to see Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones—a choice that, to this day, makes little sense to me. As a family, we had never been into Star Wars, and in fact, I had never seen any other movie in the s...

In January, paranormal romance superstar Sherrilyn Kenyon filed a shocking lawsuit against her husband, accusing him of poisoning her. Now the case is the subject of a long, meandering investigative piece which attempts to spin a juicy true-crime yar...

It was 87 degrees and humid here in New York City on Monday, and I was not prepared. That is much too hot for spring. Then I looked at a calendar—June is next week. June.Read more...