Romance Writers of America Name Best Romances of the Year

Winning romance writers thanked readers for their support and told their fellow writers to keep believing in themselves throughout RWA’s sparkling awards ceremony in New York City.

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The Best Romances of July

From chilling suspense to tales of hot lovin’, here are the 10 best romance books of July.

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Wherefore Art Thou, Romeo?

Romance writers with masculine pen names are rare as rubies. Is Romance the last genre still segregated by writers’ gender?

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Duke vs Duke

Kiss & Tell: Two Dukes Duke It Out

Two handsome dukes battle for readers’ hearts in a pair of new historical romances, Put up Your Duke and The Duke Can Go to the Devil. Which duke will win?

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Catherine Coulter on How She Sustains Her Bestselling Suspense Series

Coulter talks about how she's kept her FBI Thriller series running at full steam through nineteen (nineteen!) books and a new project that will delight the fans of her Sherbrooke stories.

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Second Chance Summer

First Chance for Jill Shalvis Fans to Hear about "Second Chance Summer"

Second Chance Summer is the first book of Shalvis' intriguing new series set in Colorado, where men and women tackle life and love among the rugged mountains of Cedar Ridge. Shalvis speaks in this video interview about what makes her characters tick, what’s planned for the series, and the dreaded writers' block.

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Game of Thrones

"Game of Thrones" Season 5 Is Over - So Now What to Do?

Feeling adrift (and maybe a bit angry) after the end of Game of Thrones Season 5? Yearning for devious political gamesmanship, more dragons, or a fascinating world to throw yourself into? Try these books, and plunge into a new obsession.

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E. L. James Delivers More Nuanced Shades of “Grey”

E. L. James brings readers back to the Red Room, but the result isn’t pain. The newest addition to the Fifty Shades series is a complex and confident tale perfect for fans of the original novels.

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Do You Know What You’re Talking About? Thoughts on Readers Versus “Readers”

The upcoming release on June 18 of E. L. James’ novel Grey has made me think about the state of reading recently. And I can guarantee you that I’m not thinking what you think I’m thinking.

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Suddenly One Summer

How Does That Darn Julie James Make Lawyers So Sexy?

In real life, we tend to stay away from lawyers. (Joke: What's the difference between a lawyer and a liar? The pronunciation.) But when Julie James pens her legal eagle heroes or heroines, we want to be their best friends and help them find true love.

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