Tag Archives: eloisa james

books and Brad Pitt

two things about my Easter weekend away: 1. My godmother, who we were staying with, also reads romance. A lot of romance. She let me rifle through the boxes of books she’s finished with, and take whatever I fancied. She … Continue reading

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the truthful hero

I’m reading Eloisa James‘s latest at the mo – the second in a series of fairytale-inspired romances. The first of these, the Cinderella-esque A Kiss at Midnight, I didn’t really enjoy. With the fairytale departure from strict historical romance she … Continue reading

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third-wave romance

according to the people who like to talk, coffee culture is up to its third wave. So in a completely unrelated aside, I decided that I have a theory about romance writing, and where it’s up to. (I’m obliged to … Continue reading

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