Do you give yourself writing-rewards? Celebrate when your book is released? Treat yourself when you sign on the dotted line of a new contract? Heidi Rice, Aleksandr Voinov and Robyn Rychards confess their indulgences (or lack thereof).

June 5, 2019

In honor of PRIDE month, PHS Columnist Aleksandr Voinov takes a retrospective look over twelve years of experience in LGBTQ+ romance and views the future with optimism.

Desperately in need of something to distract you from all the stupidity in the world? Carolyn Hector, Sasha Green, Aleksandr Voinov and Tara Taylor Quinn discuss how writing and reading romance novels supplies all the feels, and the importance of a happy ending!

Carolyn Hector Hall, Kait Gamble and Aleksandr Voinov tell us how to walk the line between the erotic and the pornographic as romance is #HeatingUp.

January 9, 2019

Calling all #IntrovertAuthors! Aleksandr Voinov shares the way he copes with large bookish events as an introvert.

January 9, 2019

Aleksandr Voinov tells us about setting goals for the year ahead and the value of evaluating the year just gone.

In a particularly relevant study during #Nanowrimo season  our authors share some of the tricks of the trade they use to stay on track and remain both positive and productive.

Reading can transport us to new and wonderful places, some of them literally magical. We ask authors how they build the worlds in their novels and what they consider most important.

October 9, 2018

As autumn begins to shorten our daylight hours, Aleksandr Voinov talks about his experience with Seasonal Affective Disorder and how he learned to adjust his inner body clock.

For some it can be a difficult decision. For others it makes perfect sense. We take a look at two different #IndieAuthor perspectives of income potential and growing foreign markets.

This month the Pink Heart Society is welcoming authors from all kinds of backgrounds as they talk about writing romances with religious protagonists.

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