In which our hero (Theodore Prescott the Third) and our heroine (Miss Daisy Swan), who are long time enemies, discuss the DISASTROUS debut of their fake engagement. There is some flirting.
In which I announce my new series that is not set in the Regency but does feature a duke…
That time I talked about feminism and romance novels at famous Strand bookstore in New York City with fellow authors Julia Quinn, Eloisa James and Sarah MacLean.
In which I am interviewed for the must-open newsletter, Girls Night In, about becoming an author, writing feminist romance novels and the changing perceptions of romance novels.
In which I share my tips for writing a lot, and quickly, and with a minimum of angst.
One of the most frequent forms of advice for aspiring writes is to read anything and everything, including books on craft, such as these gems…
There’s nothing quite like a man in uniform and nobody knows that better than the authors and fans of military romances. These novels feature “strong, sexy heroes and strong, sexy heroines” in dramatic, high conflict situations. “And that is just the tip of the iceberg!” promises author Sara Jane Stone. “These heroes allow for interesting conflicts and plots, but I think they also allow for an emotional depth that draws readers in and speaks to their hearts.” Deeply sexy, deeply emotional, deeply romantic. Here are six reasons to spend a hot night with a military romance.