April 3, 2019

PHS Managing Editor Ali Williams recommends black romance authors for you to populate your TBR with!

December 19, 2018

Need a historical winter romance? We're sharing some of our favourites with you!

We're talking about our favorite sub-genres at the PHS this month.  From romantic comedy to the paranormal; what's your preference?

March 7, 2018

Have you seen the box office record breaking Black Panther yet?  Piper Huguley has and shares her thoughts on the romantic relationship between T'Challa and Nakia.

Inspiration can strike us anywhere, at any time!  Zara Stoneley and Piper Huguley talk about how they find and focus their ideas for stories...

September 6, 2017

How is diversity in romance handled onscreen? We turn to Piper Huguley for her opinion as she talks about one of her favourite Movies, Hidden Figures

July 5, 2017

We take a look at romance novels which have inspired and influenced writers .  This month, Piper Huguley is looking at Frances E. W. Harper's book, Iola Leroy.

June 7, 2017

PHS editor, Piper Huguley, talks about the tech she couldn't live without: her AlphaSmart Neo...

May 3, 2017

The PHS's new monthly column, #OurRomanticHeritage, takes a look at romance novels that have inspired and influenced writers today.  Piper Huguley is taking on Zora Neale Hurston's seminal Their Eyes Were Watching God.

April 5, 2017

PHS columnist, Piper Huguley, talks to us about her #HunkOfTheMonth:  Tom Hughes as Price Albert...

March 6, 2017

It's relaunch day here at the PHS, and we've coordinated it so that it falls on International Women's Day!  There's so much to celebrate about romance, so we've asked authors, readers, editors and academics to share with us some words about how and...

We're all about intersectionality in romance at the PHS, and so we're delighted to have Piper Huguley, Angela Bissell and Vanessa North talking about celebrating and fighting for difference in romance is important!  #WeNeedDiverseRomance

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