Romance fans have long loved the genre for its unapologetic celebration of female power and sexuality. Now, more and more writers are beginning to consider the ways in which their work can offer not just a happy ending, but a powerful statement. I have things to say in this piece.
That time Hillary Clinton disparaged romance novels and I encouraged Romancelandia to make a list of #RomanceNovelsForHillary
In which I share a few behind the scenes story and the inspiration for It’s Hard Out Here For A Duke.
In which I reveal the true story behind the cover of It’s Hard Out Here for A Handsome Man Who Does Not Have Buttons on His Shirt.
I don’t usually read or share reviews except for this one, which calls WHAT A WALLFLOWER WANTS the ground-breaking romance novel for the #MeToo movement.
Derision for the genre might have as much to do with the bodice as the ripping. I am quoted in this piece on the politics and passion of bodice ripping.
The most interesting thing that had ever happened to Lady Serena Cavendish was being jilted by the Duke of Frye. And Greyson Jones, agent of the crown, was the second. Check out this excerpt from HOT ROGUE ON A COLD NIGHT, my novella in this latest anthology from the Lady Authors.