May 1, 2019

In this month's editorial, the amazing Maisey Yates talks about embracing hope, the feel good factor, and how happy endings make romance novels deliciously subversive.

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!

As movies like To All The Boys I've Loved Before continue to pop up on Netflix, we turn to experts Rachel Dove, Amy Andrews and Avril Tremayne for Rom-Com tips.

Every author needs to sell books! We examine the most important elements of a successful author website from a designer, author and reader perspective.

May 1, 2019

In this month's #UKRomChat Column, our PHS Partner introduces us to new team member, Lucy Flatman and Jeanna L. Skinner talks about sensitivity readers.

Do you reward yourself for finishing a book with a glass of bubbly, a gift or a massage? Elisabeth Hobbes and Barb Han discuss how they celebrate their achievements.

Free Comic Book Day is upon us! Keith, Maya, and The Happy Sorceress share some of the personal favorites they would recommend to readers.

Suffer from FOMO? Well, be afraid. Be very afraid. Because if you're not a member of our Aspiring Authors Facebook group, you are most definitely missing out!

May 1, 2019

Are you scattered? Is the thought of writing making you anxious? Kali Anthony explains why meditation and mindfulness might be just the solution you need.

May 1, 2019

It's May book reviews time and the #PHSBookReviews team had another great collection of reads to enjoy while the sun shone down on the UK over Easter!

May 1, 2019

Need a rom-com to steal your heart as we move into the summer months? Managing Editor Ali Williams pitches some of her favorites at your teetering TBR pile!

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