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Blogger Emma Timney For Lost in Romance

  And we end our Romance marathon with an insightful, yet entertaining guest post by Ms Timney of BelleBooks (www.bellebooksx.blogspot.com), an award-winning UK blog, definitely one of the best 10 in the UK. Enjoy! Romance in Literature – Coutney Cole’s Bloodstone Saga In 2011 I read 241 books, a mixture of young adult and adult, paranormal, dystopian, love stories, heart wrenching sob stories and... read more

Kris Kennedy for Lost in Romance

      1) Why Romance? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it? I’m pretty sure it chose me.  🙂  I used to be one of those people who disdained the romance genre, made a lot of assumptions based on nothing but what I’d heard from other people who probably had never read one either. So, I worked my way through the library, grabbing whatever books caught my attention, always... read more

Jennifer Jakes for Lost in Romance

  1) Why Romance? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it? Is there any other genre? LOL  For me, the answer is no. I’m a die-hard romantic who started reading Harlequin Romance when I was 11. Those wonderful stories took me all over the world on the most romantic adventures ever! So I’d have to say I was chosen. 2) Is there a romance author, living or dead, who... read more

Kathy Bennett for Lost in Romance

1) Why Romance? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it? I discovered romance books when I was in an unhappy marriage. I think I chose romance as an escape from my reality – at least the people in the books lived happily ever after.   2) Is there a romance author, living or dead, who inspired you particularly? Due to my background as a Los Angeles Police Officer, my stories are a combination... read more

Petrina Green, a short story for Lost in Romance

And here’s another juicy treat for you, Romance readers! A short paranormal romance short story by Petrina Green     Why I Write Paranormal Fiction   It happened one summer…   A good friend of mine—I’ll call her Piper since I followed her blindly into the obscure world of the believe-it-or-not—invited me to attend a conference.   We worked together in the corporate world, so when she explained... read more

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