June 2019

In this month's editorial, Trish Wylie returns to talk about the importance of reaching out to help, support and embrace fellow writers in our Romancelandia family.


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.


This month, Ali Williams brings us an epic list of her favorite LGBTQIAPN romances to celebrate PRIDE. Prepare to crack open your wallet and abuse your credit card!

Reviewers Choice Award Shortlist

It's finally here! Our very first list of PHS Reviewers' Choice Award Finalists! Don't forget to come back next month when we announce our winners! Yes, we're EXCITED!


We're thrilled to be joined by editors Kiru Taye and Zee Monodee from Love Africa Press, which celebrates all things Africa in romance and all things romance in Africa.


Feeling stressed? Getting caught up in other people's drama on social media? Kali Anthony talks about how avoiding it might just give your creativity a boost.


Are you headed to a romance writing conference this summer? Heidi Rice and Carolyn Hector reveal how they met their conference buddies.


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!


It can provide strength and comfort. Sometimes it's more hindrance than help! We ask Tara Taylor Quinn and Robyn Rychards how they approach family in fiction.


In this month's column, our PHS Partner introduces us to another new team member, Lucy Keeling, and Eilidh K. Lawrence takes us behind the scenes @UKRomChat

April Book Reviews

It's June book reviews time and the #PHSBookReviews team had another fabulous collection of reads to devour.


If you're a superhero in search of love, there's one place you can improve the odds of a HEA. Kara_Querl breaks down her top romances in the Legion of Super-Heroes.

PHS Aspiring Authors

Want to be a published author? The only way to make that happen is by writing and, more importantly, finishing your wip. And the PHS Aspiring Authors program can help!


Siblings sell a series. Virginia Heath explains how to develop a family with series potential while striking a balance between distracting side-character and enticing sequel bait.

#FreeRead (4)

You read it here first folks! PHS's exclusive Free Read this month is an extract from Elisabeth Hobbes' book A Runaway Bride for the Highlander.