Atina Atwood

Exploring Love and Life, One Word At A Time.™

It’s hard to be taken seriously as a writer. Period. Throw in the fact that you also dabble in penning about the Amorous Arts, and well, you’ve suddenly become a first-class ninny in the eyes of many. So, we may as well get to know some facts about the industry. I picked up these facts from RWA, of which I’ve been a member since 2016.

Romance ALWAYS Has a Happy Ending One the nicest things about real romance novels is the fact that no matter what your heroes go through, there WILL be a happily-ever-after (HEA), or the more recent happy-for-now (HFN) ending. If you don’t get one of those, then it isn’t a romance novel. It’s always grotesquely entertaining …

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My Quick Book Review of Home by Jezz de Silva Length: 324 pages (Kindle Edition) Date of Publication: June 28, 2018 Personal Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars Quick Points: Fantastic read, fleshed-out romance tropes, extremely well-developed characters, slow-burn, interracial, May/December, friends to lovers, happily ever after Inappropriate, Yet Pretty Much Accurate Synopsis: Exotic eye-candy …

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