Hey everyone! I’m H. Bentham, a romance reader, bookstagrammer, and author from the Philippines. I started reading romance not very long ago but the genre is a huge favorite of mine and a lot of it is thanks to #romanceclass. Suzanne asked me to write a RomanceClass starter post to help you find a book / books that’ll hopefully make you love RomanceClass as much as we do. Here we go!
Anthologies always have a theme, whether it's a setting, a trope, or a cause. By giving each author a different season, the theme of the upcoming Seasons of Sorcery anthology allows four talented fantasy authors to pool their talents but retain some of the signature elements of the worlds their readers love.
What follows is a guest post from historical romance author Eve Pendle and four others who are releasing a Christmas romance anthology to benefit Planned Parenthood this year. The anthology releases on November 1st and you can buy a copy for just $0.99 for a limited time!
Veronica Scott is a sci-fi romance author, but she's also a dedicated SFF reader. (If you haven't caught her monthly Sci-Fi Romance Best Bets column, the June one went up just a few days ago.) Today she's here with a guest review of Nalini Singh's Ocean Light, the latest in her Psy-Changeling series!***
We're re-posting author Tamsen Parker's Heroines in STEM posts from Heroes & Heartbreakers. Missed the first one? Start here.
Once upon a time, author Tamsen Parker wrote a series about Heroines in STEM professions for Heroes & Heartbreakers. With her permission, we're giving them a new online home!
Today we have a guest post from romance author Sionna Fox! You can read more about her new book, Bound To, at the bottom of the post. It's a steamy contemporary romance with a kinky nerdy hero and a heroine with anxiety coming to her sexual awakening.