A place for the romantics to meet and discuss all things romanctic!

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Comment by Catherine Stine on November 3, 2014 at 7:51am

Hi all, my new adult novel Private Internship just launched. Come check it out, plus I have two great giveaways going!

Comment by Catherine Stine on March 3, 2014 at 8:07am

Hi Ladies! Want to read a story about a brave, talented artist finding her place in work and love? 

The Model Position tour kicks off with mega-prizes. Stop by!

Comment by Catherine Stine on February 20, 2014 at 8:55am

My new adult romance novella's releasing today. Eek!! Come help me celebrate:

Comment by Catherine Stine on February 5, 2014 at 10:02am

Hi all, stop by to see my new swag toy and see how you can promote your newest book at my launch party for Model Position!

Comment by Catherine Stine on January 24, 2014 at 7:51am

Hi all, I just started writing new adult romance and I am loving it! My first novella is coming out on Feb 20. Enter to win an eBook of my brand new romance novella about art and love, Model Position over at Author Natasha Hanova's blog!

Comment by Kara Lennox on March 6, 2012 at 11:52pm

My husband reads romance. And writes it. That's how we met, in fact, at a romance writers group. He was very smart; he read all my books so he could figure out what I like, what I think is romantic.

Comment by Komal Mansoor on February 15, 2012 at 2:42am

Hello friends,

Join in the fun with me and Juliette as we talk about romance, chocolates, chick-lit, valentine's day favorite movies, books and much more! Oh yeah, she is giving away 3 copies of her latest release, "Kissed in Paris". Tempting right?? Then, click here to enter:

To enter in other giveaways on my blog for Valentine's Day, click here:

Follow, comment, share! x

Thanks! x


Comment by Tammy Thomas on September 13, 2011 at 5:12pm
is this not a very active group?
Comment by Abigail Boone on March 23, 2011 at 5:59am
Okay so I'm really tempted to start a website for roMANce for men.  Not male male, but men telling their love stories with other women.  It's true, the market is very slim, the studies show.  But I believe if we cater more to men in romance, then maybe they'd want to read it.  Isn't that what romance readers think when they're sighing?  Wish my husband or boyfriend would read this.  Well, there's only one way to catch a special fish.  With a special hook.  Hee hee.  You have to put masculine scent on the bait! Mmmmmm, gooooood.
Comment by Abigail Boone on March 23, 2011 at 5:56am

Hello Abigail, how are you today?

Not so good.

Oh?  What's wrong?

My roMANce is low

Oh bah!  That's nonsense, who needs roMANce?

MEN, but they don't much read it.

Hmmm.  Wonder why?

I don't know.  Something about not being able to CONNECT with the characters and it always being catered to women, stupid stuff.

Stupid indeed!


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