Holiday Edition 2019
#PreciousGifts

In the annual time of reflection, PHS Managing Editor, Trish Wylie, talks about the highs and lows of the past year and the precious gifts we receive, sometimes without realizing it.

#DiverseHolidays

At the time of year when we're surrounded by Christmas decorations, Holly March explains why we should be reading and, most importantly, championing, diverse holidays in romance.

#HolidayBookRecs

With the holidays upon us in a mere handful of chaotic days, Ali Williams brings us a selection of her favorite winter romances to make you smile and help refill the well.

#FIRST SALE

Ever wonder what it's like to get THE CALL? Well, it happened to our own Kali Anthony! She tells us about her writing journey and that much sought after phone conversation...

#Wonderland

T'is the season to binge watch Christmas movies and indulge in lots of winter romance reading! Carolyn Hector explains why writing these stories is one of her favorite things to do.

#FreeRead

We are SUPER EXCITED to bring you a FREE SHORT STORY from Susan Meier, set in the same world as her Christmas book Cinderella's Billion-Dollar Christmas

#AuthorQ&A

Intrepid PHS Editor, Mercy Carlisle, talks to the mega-successful writing partnership Christina Lauren about how they met, how they work together and their latest release!

#Confessions

What gets in the way of your writing? Carolyn Hector, Holly March and Anna J Stewart confess some of their writing stumbling blocks. Can you relate?

#SuperHolidays

​In this edition of #ComicBookLove, PHS Editor Corrina Lawson talks about how two DC Comics couples, one well-known, and one more obscure, celebrate the holidays.

#Conflict

In romance writing terms, conflict makes the world go around. Brand new Harlequin Presents author Joss Wood talks us through her perspective on internal conflict.

End Of Year Book Reviews

It's time for our end of year reviews and the #PHSBookReviews team have been gobbling up every word of the books they requested!

#IndiePubDiary

In the latest installment of our frank and honest #IndiePubDiary, editor Brittany Borshell talks about the sadness she felt when she encountered cover prejudice.