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The Art of Three was named a winner in the Rainbow Awards in the category of Best Contemporary Bisexual Romance. The book was also named a runner-up for Best Bisexual Romance overall, and three judges awarded us honorable mentions (scoring the book … Continue reading
We’re just four days away from The Art of Three and we have a lot of thanking and flailing to do, meaning there are some early reviews we’re thrilled to tell you about: First, you can take a look at what … Continue reading
Erin and I often say that we’re witches. Among other reasons, we say this because our books always know what’s going on in our lives and the world before we do. This hasn’t necessarily been more true of The Art of Three … Continue reading
A woman’s life should not be defined by what is enough. Jamie Conway has a charmed life. At 24, he’s relocated from Dublin to London to star in his first feature film. Unfortunately, he also has one very big problem: … Continue reading
We’ve been working with Victoria Cooper Art on the cover designs for our upcoming books The Art of Three and A Queen from the North, as well as for the Love in Love Angeles relaunch. We’re so excited to share these new covers with you, but … Continue reading
Midsummer and Twelfth Night are currently 25% off at the Dreampinner site from now through April 24: http://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/store/index.php?cPath=1433. Lush, funny, magical, and a little bit morbid, the Love’s Labours series chronicles a romance between two actors who meet during a summerstock production … Continue reading
Today Romance Writers of America issued a long overdue and welcome apology for a poll in 2005 in which it considered defining romance as “a story in which a predominant part of the story line focuses on the romantic relationship … Continue reading