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Interview with a Romance Reader about Her Favorite Things!

Rose comes from Georgia and loves reading romance!  I decided to interview her to get her insights on her favorite things in the books she’s read. Rose: I love your books. They are my fav. Susan: Thank you, Rose.  Let’s … Continue reading

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Heroines

On my Alphabet Post on my regular blog on Friday, I took a look at the characteristics necessary to make a likable heroine.  I have, in the past, had problems making some of my heroines sympathetic to readers early on. … Continue reading

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What’s Your Favorite Kind of Scene to Read/Write? by Leia Shaw

The chapter I’m currently working on in my next Badass Brats book (hopefully releasing next month) is an emotionally-charged argument between the hero and one of the heroines. It occurred to me as I was writing it, that verbal fights … Continue reading

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Pleasing Picky Bitches by Leia Shaw

As an author I pay very close attention to what fans of my genre (paranormal romance) want in a book. The hero is easy  – masculine, well-built and well-hung, alpha to the core, but can still be brought to his … Continue reading

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Could You Be a Heroine?

The last couple weeks I’ve written about villains and heroes. Now onto the heroines. For me as a writer, heroines have always been the most difficult to write. Perhaps they really are difficult or perhaps it’s because I, as a … Continue reading

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