December 20, 2019
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.
October 5, 2019
Fourteen years after Twilight hit the shelves and with only A Discovery Of Witches left to satisfy our onscreen vampire lovin' needs, Holly March takes a closer at paranormal romance.
June 5, 2019
Twitter can be a minefield, even for the fully initiated. But fear not! PHS superhero, Holly March, is here to share her top tips for survival and guidance on the road to Tweet success!
April 3, 2019
With the intent to encourage and normalise writing trans and non-binary characters in romance, Holly March asked trans and non-binary writers for help. Makes sense, right?
Perpetual amateur Holly March gives us a quick rundown on how you need to protect yourself copyright-wise.
March 6, 2019
This month Holly March runs us through two archetypes that transcend gender bias and stereotyping to add to your arsenal of characters: The Detective and The Mentor.
February 6, 2019
At this time of year more than ever, we need happy things. Holly March talks about how to spot suicidal feelings and increase inclusivity.
December 19, 2018
Remember Winterval? Holly March discusses diverse Christmas celebrations, understanding others, and about how her family celebrates Midwinter, Yuletide, or good ol' Xmas.
Holly March runs us through two Christmassy archetypes to get you in the spirit for winter.
October 9, 2018
In Part Two of the Different Strokes series, Holly March talks about The Fallen Commander and the Princess. Two more archetypes for your arsenal!
August 4, 2018
Assistant Editor, Holly March veers into another genre to explain why Sir Terry Pratchett influenced her writing and became part of her romantic heritage.
July 5, 2018
Whether we recognize them or not, we all have our favorite archetypes. Holly March talks about two of the best known: Brooding Dukes and the Pamela.
May 2, 2018
Love 'em or hate 'em, we can all agree the alpha male is a huge part of romantic fiction. Holly March defines the difference between an #Alpha and an #Asshole
End Of Year Editorial: Precious Gifts
Celebrating Diverse Holidays
Stuff of Dreams
Ali Reads... Holiday Romances
Free SHORT STORY! from Susan Meier
Author Q & A with Christina Lauren
Author Confessions—Stumbling Blocks
Comic Book Holidays
Diary Of An Indie Pub
PHS Book Reviews