Showing posts with tag: Romance

The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary

It’s been a time of uncertainty, of worry, and, yes, of panic inducing stress. Between coping with the reality of the situation and the unexpected shift in both routine and expectations, I skipped something that was otherwise a standard part of my day. Reading. I don’t think I have ever gone to sleep at the…

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Seeking Love by Devika Fernando

From the author of romance novel series like Romancing the Royals, Inn Love, and Romance round the World, comes a new series full of emotions and unforgettable characters. The MISTY SPRINGS novellas will whisk the reader away to a fictional small town in America where hearts are broken and broken hearts are mended.SEEKING LOVE is…

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Hating Romance

“I don’t write to inspire. I write to entertain.” I was at the Hyderabad Literary Festival the other day attending the panel on ‘Happily Ever After’ and the question and answer session that followed took a surprisingly acrimonious turn. An audience member queried the panel on whether their stories could really be called original and…

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Is romance fiction?

“Romance is fiction.” That was the laughing reaction to my mother’s proud announcement of ‘My daughter writes romantic fiction.’ Amused by her friend’s repartee, my mom related it to me later that day and had me wondering. Was that the general consensus? Did romance not exist outside of books and movies? The usual reaction I…

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