The Importance of Diversity in Romance Novels (Reprinted with permission from Bookish.com) by Brenda Jackson Brenda Jackson believes in love, and (like your editors here at Bookish!) she also believes [...].
THE WEDDING CLAUSE by Alexandra Ivy When I was writing The Wedding Clause I took great pleasure in forcing together two people who had no interest in getting married, let alone [...].
My Jazz Era-Inspired Hobby by Heather Hiestand I became interested in writing about the 1920s a couple of years ago. I’ve always been a sucker for movie star biographies, so [...].
Chocolate to go With Your Book by Kristi Rose In my new book, THE GIRL HE WANTS, Jayne finds inspiration in fortune cookies and comfort with sweets. She’s a girl [...].
The 12 House Rules of a Fandom Family by Heather Grothaus Being an introvert with a taste for fantasy can sometimes be seen as a hindrance once one passes [...].
THE HOUSE ON CANDLEWICK LANE by Amy Reade I love to travel. My books have all been based on places I’ve visited, and I like to incorporate some of [...].
Sucked In By Laura Bradford author of DEATH IN ADVERTISING (A Tobi Tobias Mystery) I was about five years old when I saw my first Baby Thataway commercial. I had [...].
Feeling Adventurous? Try a Pioneer Recipe by Shirley Kennedy I love writing historical novels, even though I can hardly write a page without having to conduct some kind of [...].
When a bad boy is oh so good…by Tina Donahue Let’s face it, Alpha heroes rule. They’re fearless and incredibly masculine. However, that’s not the whole story, especially in [...].