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Spinsters In Love

I really love Madeline Hunter’s books. She writes great stories that are full of passion and excitement. She also writes for USA Today. Being a Canadian, I don’t read that paper, but thanks to Twitter and her devoted fans, her articles pop up regularly on my feed. 3,549 more words

Historical Romance Novel

Book Review: THE ACCIDENTAL DUCHESS by Madeline Hunter

The Accidental Duchess by Madeline Hunter
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have read this book three times already in just the past year because I thought it was perfect and I happened to love the characters. 423 more words

Historical Romance

January 2015 Books I Read and Reviewed

Unbelievably, I read 15 books in a month, all e-books and historical romances, except for one. That must be why my shoulders started hurting again. I have cut back on my reading this February, because of the shoulder pain and because I’ve been writing instead. 124 more words

Historical Romance

My favourite series

Absolutely recommended. Hands down. These are my favourite series in no particular order. In order to make this list, the series has to have more than 3 books and they have to reside on my Keeper Shelf. 98 more words


That strange “rule” about romance fiction never tackling anything serious

You hear all the time that romance fiction is supposed to be an escape, a fantasy, an anything along those lines. As if you have to keep things light and fluffy and unrealistic at all times. 657 more words


Instructional Design Principles and Distance Education

The following post has been prepared for GCU TEC-571 Distance Learning in Education and addresses the following prompt: “Select three instructional design principles (i.e., graphic cues, examples, combinations of instruction) that you feel should be more developed for learners within distance education courses.” 1,768 more words

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Secondary Female Characters

I had been thinking about it a long time before Dear Author published a piece about female relatives and friends (or, rather, the lack of them) in romance fiction. 734 more words