October 5, 2019
Ceillie Simkiss, A.Z. Louise, Xan West
In the second of our #OneWorld features, #ownvoices authors Ceillie Simkiss, A.Z. Louise and Xan West join us to discuss how neurodiverse characters are depicted in romance novels.
Rhoda Baxter, Cass Lennox, Susan Meier, Tara Taylor Quinn, Adite Banerjie
In the month marking International Day Of The Girl, we discuss how romance heroines have changed with the times, inspiring courage and strength and promoting equality.
Werewolves, vampires and witches, oh my! This month, Ali Williams brings us a selection of her favourite paranormal romance novels, just in time for some Halloween reading.
Barb Han, Carolyn Hector
What is it about the anti-hero type we find so appealing? Barb Han and Carolyn Hector tell us what it is about these guys that makes them swoon and what would be a total turn off .
It's October reviews time and despite illness and, you know, LIFE, interfering with their precious reading time, our dedicated team of PHS Book Reviewers kept turning the page!
September 4, 2019
This month, Ali Williams brings us the ultimate form of escapism with a selection of her favorite romance novels set in space. Start the countdown!
August 7, 2019
This month, Ali Williams brings us a selection of her favorite romance novels penned by indigenous and First Nation authors. And what a GREAT selection it is!
July 3, 2019
This month, Ali Williams brings us a selection of her favorite Seasoned Romances, proving it's #NotTooLate to discover new authors and fall in love!
June 5, 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!
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.
October Editorial: Out Of The Woods
#OneWorld - Neurodiverse Voices
Author Confessions—Online Personas
Pimp The Book
Ali Reads... Paranormal Romance
Diary Of An Indie Pub
The Sweet Spot with M.K. Schiller
The Allure Of The Anti-Hero
Hunting For Bright Ideas
A Paranormal Resurrection?
Exclusive FREE READ! from Elisabeth Hobbes
October Book Reviews