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IzzyF
August 15 2013

Welcome to Shipper Nation: Why Romance Fans Read Fan Fiction

I read romance novels for a lot of different reasons. Escapism. A chance to live vicariously in dream-like situations. Just plain fun. They introduce me to new characters, new people to invest in and...
juliabroadbooks
April 4 2013

What’s Next?: How to Fill Your Time After The Lizzie Bennet Diaries

There’s been a real hole in my week without a new The Lizzie Bennet Diaries episode. I have been planning my Mondays and Thursdays around the release of new LBD episodes for so long that I don’t...
cmorgan
April 1 2013

Fifty Shades of Vampires: E.L. James Teases New Book

In the latest publishing news, author E.L. James is all set to publish her newest book. Reportedly, the book is to have originally been a fan-fiction story based on the characters of her...
JackieLester
February 11 2013

First Look: Christina Lauren’s Beautiful Bastard (February 12, 2013)

Christina Lauren Beautiful Bastard Gallery / February 12, 2013 / $15.00 print, $7.59 digital Whip-smart, hardworking, and on her way to an MBA, Chloe Mills has only one problem: her boss,...
cmorgan
February 8 2013

Exploring the F-Word: The X-Files Fandom

So by now we have all heard about it—what used to be spoken about in whispers and only in the company of certain friends is now openly flaunted: Fandom. Fandom has become a thing of power. With...
MFrampton
November 2 2012

Jane Eyre Laid Bare: A Sexual Exposé

Many authors have taken inspiration for their books from classics. The inspiration can range from using a name or a setting, to using entire scenarios from the originals, albeit written in a different...
MFrampton
August 29 2012

What Fan Fiction Would You Like to Read?

Now that it's been proven that people like reading fan fiction—fiction written by fans, rather than the original creator, on pre-existing characters or books, we are wondering—what...
teamhandh
July 31 2012

Berkley Acquires Sylvain Reynard’s Gabriel’s Inferno

Feed the beast! Publisher Berkley has gotten the rights to publish Sylvain Reynard’s Gabriel’s Inferno Series, which has already been a top release at several e-retailers. The digital release will...
ACarroll
July 18 2012

Text Me, Maybe: When Your Favorite Characters Text Each Other

Every day people flirt, fight, and confess via Twitter, Instant Message, e-mail, and text. These technologies are showing up all over the pages of today’s fiction (After all, where would Christian...
teamhandh
June 22 2012

Pass the Serial—the Romance Serial, That Is!

Move over, Charles Dickens—serialized stories are taking a romantic turn! A USA Today article mentions that publisher Berkley (whose Sylvia Day-penned Bared to You just hit the New...
MFrampton
January 9 2012

E. L. James’s Fifty Shades of Grey Headed to Hollywood? Or Will the Law Intercede?

Following up on our coverage of E.L. James’s Fifty Shades of Grey yesterday, Publishers Weekly mentions that the author and her agent are shopping Hollywood for a potential movie deal. Which begs...
Laurel_Ann
October 17 2011

Jane Made Me Do It: Jane Austen, Fictional Character?

We know very little of Jane Austen’s life beyond the information in the surviving letters to her sister Cassandra and her family, and their personal recollections of “dear aunt Jane” in the not-so-accurate...