I first encountered Rachel Kramer Bussel on Twitter, talking about a live reading she was doing of pieces of an erotica anthology she'd edited. Reading erotica out loud, for an audience, is intimidating as heck to me, but she's managed, over the course of many years, to carve out a sex-positive, rather feminist place for herself in the erotica publishing community.
We are so excited to welcome author L. Penelope to Love in Panels to talk about her new book, SONG OF BLOOD AND STONE!
I've been waiting for this since Limerence announced it, and I'm super pleased with the result!
The first 25 pages is set-up: what are pronouns and why is it important to use the correct pronouns when referring to or talking to a person.
The middle section is the how-to portion of the book. How to use gender neutral pronouns in a professional setting, when you don't ...
Today we're talking with historical romance author Theresa Romain. Her next book, LADY ROGUE, comes out next week and we'll have a review of it then. In the meanwhile, we hope you enjoy this interview! There's also a giveaway at the end, if you're into free books ;)
Andie J. Christopher is a USA Today Bestselling author of sexy contemporary romance. I read her story in the ROGUE ACTS anthology and, soon after, a piece she wrote for Cosmopolitan on being a romance author in the #MeToo moment. Both of them convinced me that everyone ought to be reading her work.
Talia Hibbert is a contemporary romance author from the UK and her books have magically taken over my Twitter feed in the last few months. She lives up to the hype and happens to be hilarious as well. Read on for a super-official interview with her!
Jenny Holiday's latest book, ONE AND ONLY, starts a new series called Bridesmaids Behaving Badly. I loved it, so we asked Jenny to stop by and tell us a little about the book, what's next, and what she's been reading!
Melissa Blue (@mel_the_great) is a geek and a romance writer, which means her books are full of sexy geeks falling in love. She even has a series called #dirtysexygeeks. As is usually the case with interviews, we asked her a bunch of questions and she answered them!
Suleikha Snyder, known for her Bollywood series and her threads on publishing, is a highly entertaining follow on Twitter. In the last few weeks, she's had Romancelandia cracking up about Marvel superheroes' "special skills," funny things her family says, and Old Skool romance plots. She also happens to have a new book out, with a hero loosely based on Gordon Ramsay.
Today we're talking with Ainslie Paton, writer of contemporary romance, wrangler of adorable/sinister cats, and Australia native. She's sharing the cover for her THE LOVE COUPON, which comes out April 9, 2018, details on her next series, and a cat photo (because we asked). Enjoy!