• Article: I am passionate about the environment by Rod Raglin

      Win Ebook copies of Spirit Bear and Eagleridge Bluffs,  Books I and II of the Eco-Warriors series by Rod Raglin.   One lucky winner will be chosen   Include the first part of your email address with your comment. You need to...

  • Article: Ellora's Cave & Cerridwen Press Titles

    Ellora's Cave (Erotic) and Cerridwen Press (Romance) Titles   EC: Monday, 5/3   Maui Heat, by Ari Thatcher (Moderne/Naughty Nooner)   EC: Tuesday, 5/4 Kiss Across Time, by Teal Ceagh (Twilight/vampire)   EC: Wednesday, 5/5...

  • Article: New Project Paranormal is Live Today!

    Do you love PARANORMAL Romance? Well I do and I'm a huge fan of J.R. Ward. Today you can listen in on an interview with J.R. via Project Paranormal, put on by Penguin Books. Other paranormal authors are also covered. The big topic is Fallen Angels...

  • Article: A Section For Romance

    I recently attended a workshop where the presenter talked about genre merging. He said that sections in bookstores no longer make sense because so many stories are a mix of genres. A mystery story will include some romance. A romance novel has a horror...

  • Article: The Phantom by Jennifer Linforth

    Win a copy of Madrigal by Jennifer Linforth One lucky winner will be chosen from all the entries. You need to be a NOR newsletter subscriber to enter. If you are not already a subscriber sign-up now. You need to include the first part of your email address...

  • Article: To Share or Not to Share by Louisa Edwards

    Enter to win an autographed copy of  On the Steamy Side , a charming farmer’s tote and a Louisa Edwards Tastebook. One lucky winner will be chosen from the comments. You do need to be a NOR newsletter subscriber to enter and leave the...

  • Article: Inside Black Smoke by Robin Leigh Miller

    Enter to win a print copy of Black Smoke by Robin Leigh Miller! Just comment on this post! One lucky commenter will be chosen. Include the first part of your email address with your comment. You need to be a NOR newsletter subscriber to enter. You must...

  • Article: Character Interview by Jan Bowles

    When I first booked the blog on Night Owl Reviews I had every intention of promoting my new book ‘Love Lessons with the Texas Billionaire’. Who wouldn’t turn down a promo opportunity? Maybe I’ll do it in a fun way, I thought. But...

  • Article: What Are Your Passions? by Alissa Johnson

    In my upcoming historical romance, Destined to Last, the heroine, Lady Kate Cole, has an extraordinary gift for music.  I loved creating this aspect of her character.  It provided me with the opportunity to take a small walk down memory lane....

  • Article: The Quiet Moments by Kimber Chin

    17 years ago this Friday, the hubby and I first met. It was love at first sight. There were fireworks and passion and quiet moments. Yes, quiet moments. For me, that is romance. It isn't about flowers or chocolate or big, big actions. It is when your...

  • Article: What is it about cowboys? by Joanne Kennedy

    What is it about cowboys? by Joanne Kennedy, author of Cowboy Trouble It’s surprising how many romances feature our hard-working Western heroes, because you’d think a woman would want a wealthy, successful hero who can offer her a life of...

  • Article: I Love Scotland by Amanda Forester

    I love Scotland.  I love the accent, I love the history, and (of course) I love a tall, broad-shouldered, sword-wielding man in a kilt.  Does it get any better than that?     When I began the research for my current book, ...

  • Article: It’s Barbie’s Birthday – Do Romance Heroines Resemble Her? by Marianne Stephens aka April Ash

    It’s Barbie’s Birthday – Do Romance Heroines Resemble Her? by Marianne Stephens aka April Ash Happy 51st Birthday, Barbie! She doesn’t look a day over 25…ever. Some styles have changed, but she’s still the dream persona...

  • Article: It’s never been a better time to be a fantasy geek! by Sophie Renwick

    It’s never been a better time to be a fantasy geek! With the fantasy/paranormal genre booming and expanding, there seems to be a never ending need to feed readers, and no limit to the ideas that one can explore. I’m especially thrilled to...

  • Article: Creating Cutting edge action - LOL By Mary Margret Daughtridge

    Readers of my SEAL books can count on plenty of action all right, and I hope it will make their hearts pound, but it’s not the kind of action that depends on car chases and spraying bullets. SEALs are the quintessential action heroes, but in my...

  • Article: The Wacky World of Story Ideas by Delle Jacobs

    One of the questions most commonly asked of authors is where they get their ideas. Since we're writing about life, ideas for stories can come from anywhere. But sometimes they appear in very quirky ways. SINS OF THE HEART definitely fits the quirky category....

  • Article: Science Fiction Romance: A Male Authors View by Robert Appleton

    A soccer-mad friend of mine told me about a book he’d read recently, the first book he’d ever read cover to cover. We were in a boisterous pub, but I managed to pick out the words “tragic”, “stars”, and “an action-packed...

  • Article: Warriors with Heart by by Cornelia Amiri

    February is the month of love. Since I write Celtic/Romances about long swords, hot heroes, and warrior women, I think about the importance of love to the ancient Celts. They had more types of recognized marriages than any other culture, which tells me...

  • Article: Write Like The Wind by Mary Vine

    Write Like The Wind by Mary Vine It seems to me that some writers can write like the wind, producing two or three books to my one. Some have children, others have full-time jobs, but all have issues that pull them away from the page, yet they are still...

  • Article: Love Heals All Pain by Melissa Miller

      Win an ebook copy of “Love Heals All Pain” by commenting on this blog.  One lucky commenter will be selected.     Include the first part of your email address with your comment. You need to be a NOR newsletter subscriber...

  • Article: Women of the Bible - How They Can Inspire Us Today by Eva Etzioni-Halevy

    By profession, I am a sociologist, but in recent years I have been writing been writing light, entertaining and romantic novels about women in the Bible (Old Testament), the most recent of which is THE TRIUMPH OF DEBORAH. I am proud to be writing about...

  • Article: Romance Novel Award Season by Kimber Chin

    I read a romance novel a day so I’m constantly looking for new-to-me authors. That is why I love, love, love award season. This is the time of year (right around now) that review sites and magazines are announcing their Best Of’s for 2009....

  • Article: Dirty Little Secret by Judi Fennell

    Enter to win a copy of "Catch of a Lifetime" by Judi Fennell! Just comment on this post! Two lucky commenters will be chosen. Include the first part of your email address with your comment. You need to be a NOR newsletter subscriber to enter....

  • Article: 5 Quick Tips for Great Sex by Kim Switnicki

      5 Quick Tips for Great Sex In times that are stressful, it’s hard to think of romance and how to have a fun and sexy time with your mate. In fact, it may be hard to come up with new and creative ways to add spice even when things are going...

  • Article: Terry Spear: Brain Fog

    Terry Spear:  Brain Fog When we write, it’s easy to get stuck on a part of our novels: where to take the hero or heroine now; how to deepen the motivation, the characterization, the plot; how to resolve this issue, or add more conflict. And...

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