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November 26 2013

Location, Location, Location: How Setting’s As Important As Character

Today, author Tessa Bailey joins us to talk the importance of location. In her new release, Asking for Trouble, the hero and heroine have to be in the same place because their best friends are getting...
August 22 2013

Living Book of the Lore: The Worldbuilding of Kresley Cole’s Immortals After Dark Series

~If you read The Immortals After Dark series by Kresley Cole, then you know the information I’m about to impart is punishable by death if shared with a human, so of course the logical place to...
March 26 2013

Author Valerie Bowman on Eloping to Gretna Green!

Today we're pleased to welcome author Valerie Bowman, also an H&H contributor, whose forthcoming novel Secrets of a Runaway Bride is out today! She's here to talk Gretna Green, Scotland,...
October 31 2012

Uniquely Yours: Five Fictional Small Towns with a Difference

Skim romance or women’s fiction novels in any bookstore—online or brick and mortar, new or used—and you will probably notice that small-town settings abound, most of them as part of...
August 20 2012

Swimming in Fictional Ocean Coves with Higgins, Force, and More!

Summer’s nearly gone, but we can still dream of beaches: Saltwater, sand, the scent of coconut oil and slightly rotted seaweed. When writers add in the bit about the rotted seaweed or the...
February 26 2012

Open Vampire World, the Enclave, Downside and More: Top 5 Worst Urban Fantasy Locations to Live

One of the main reasons I read fantasy and paranormal novels is the escape. Not just being drawn into another’s life, but the whole world. Even when it’s a slight shift on our current world, I get...
November 4 2011

Southern Accents: Contemporary Romance Novels That Get Southern Right

I’m Southern by birth, upbringing, education, and choice. When I travel, I always give a little “I’m home” sigh when the restaurants I visit start serving grits for breakfast....