Category Archives: Heroines

Knights in Shining Armor by Stacy Hoff

The fact Valentine’s Day was just here got me thinking about romance. Actually, as a romance writer, I pretty much think about romance all the time. But why? What is about romance that always seems so fresh and new, even … Continue reading

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Interview with Gerri Brousseau, Author of Enticed by A Laird

Welcome to Historical Romance Author Gerri Brousseau!  She has a new novella “Enticed by A Laird” which is coming out in a holiday anthology called Season of Surprises that is currently on pre-order. Gerri: As your readers may know, I have … Continue reading

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What Makes A Great Heroine?

An interesting question. There are many characteristics I could come up with, some of which you might agree with, some you might not. The article “What Traits Make a Good Romance Heroine,” by Roz Denny Fox, hits the nail on … Continue reading

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