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Recently I read a blogpost by a new writer bristling with pride because she wrote both nonfiction and fiction in about five different genres. She thought she was protecting herself and her career in case one genre tanked. This approach … Continue reading
There’s something I love about historicals that I rarely find in other romance subgenres. Perhaps it’s the result of the tight strictures on social behavior that produce more intense emotions, that create the ability to linger, even wallow in emotion, … Continue reading