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worth the risk

Worth the Risk is Back Revamped and Expanded & Free

¬†Worth the Risk was written as a prequel to Endangered, telling the story of how Max and Madeleine Delecoeur met and fell in love. I always liked the story, but felt I’d rushed it a bit, so I decided to expand it. Recently, I’ve been reading and listening to audio romance books told in first

Famous Love Letters: Romantic and Erotic

Famous Love Letters: Romantic and Erotic

I’m a sucker for a great romance. Just last night, I sighed when married Olympic Skating couple, Alexa Scimeca Knierim and Chris Knierim kissed at the end of their short program. I rewatch romantic scenes from TV and movies, or reread them in books. And of course, I like to write swoonworthy romantic scenes. On

My Fiction Writing Bullet Journal

My Fiction Writing Bullet Journal

I recently started using a bullet journal to track my novel projects, book sales, web stats, and writing tools and information. A couple of weeks ago, I made a video showing the section that included my NaNoWriMo prep. That video has had quite a few views, so I thought I’d share the rest of my

Southern Heat Romance Series by Jenna Harte

Southern Heat All In One

It’s here! You can now buy all three Southern Heat books, Drawn to Her, Meant to Be, and Wed to You, in one complete set! Come enter the world of Charlotte Tavern, Virginia, where romance is as hot and steamy as the Piedmont region. Meet the pixie-like Lexie McKenna, and discover why Drake can’t help

NaNoWriMo October Prep Bullet Journal

NaNoWriMo October Prep Bullet Journal

I participate in NaNoWriMo every year and most years, I succeed in hitting the 50,000 word mark in 30 days. But more often than not, I’m squeaking out those last words as the clock ticks closer and closer to midnight Nov. 30. This year, I’d like to finish early, or at least, glide through NaNoWriMo

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True Love and Tragedy

I perused a couple of “great romantic couples” lists, and found, to my surprise, that nearly all them featured romances that ended tragically. However, when I did a poll about favorite romantic couples the only tragic couples on the list were Scarlett and Rhett (3.5% vote … and who I think probably did ultimately end