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Are you a "Groundhog Day" writer?
This week in new romance
Space Specter examines fear as both motivation and threat. If I discuss this too much, I’ll spoil the plot of the novel.
Taking a break from the usual romance...
He's awkward. He's adorable. He's alien as hell and he's a four-time loser in the annual Choosing.
Jill was betrayed when Earth sold her into alien slavery.
Quotes about reading. Ursula Le Guin's is pretty cool.
Cue Ennio Morricone - The Good, the Bad and the Cyborg (not ugly)
Creatinig Romantic Holidays
A desperate widow in need of a helping hand… even a cybernetic one.
Romance. It's not just a thing, it's an institution!
what do you do to nourish your creative self
Captain Varden never meant to lie to True, but when she assumed he was a hologram, he didn’t correct her. Now that's a great hook!
New SF romance releases for a new year
The top SFR covers of 2019
We need an updated phrase for "bodice ripper" for SF. Space Helmet Remover?
new releases I found to be of interest in my three favorite romance genres
I was delighted to interview Tiffany and Robert Freund about the topic in general and their latest release Untamed Hunger (The Infinite City Series Book 3) specifically.
It should have been an easy job—deliver the ID chip, get paid, and get out. But when Drakkal sees a beautiful human in his client’s private zoo and instantly recognizes her as his mate, the situation gets complicated.
On the creation of fictional holidays - with an excerpt
Addressing the "older woman" issue in genre fiction: The SFR author community seems very open to writing stories of action, adventure and romance for women of any age, depending on the story the writer wishes to tell.
Holiday themed SF Romance! If you put a rocket under the tree, don't forget to put a bow on it....
The series that's donating big to Hero Dogs
Cyborgs appeal, especially on Cyborg Monday. Find out why in this interview with the "Mistress" of Cyborg Romance, Cynthia Sax
"Aliens should not be hot. At all. Not ever." But, apparently, many of them are....
Never engage with reviewers, especially over a negative review.
Just in time for the Holidays
Casmir has survived against impossible odds, and now he longs to return home. But an invasion force is blockading the Kingdom’s wormhole gate - this and more in this week's SF romance roundup
I enjoy showing the growth of the relationship between my hero and heroine as they’re thrown together by the circumstances and come to respect each other’s skills and personality as they fight shoulder to shoulder