“Nora Roberts says [romance novels are] about relationships, emotions and sex and that’s a hat trick of easy targets,” says Wendell. “I think it’s because it’s written by women and for women, and that makes it 200 percent more lame in the eyes of society.”
It’s amazing how much conflict in romance novels stems from the hero and heroine not communicating. Of course, the most obvious example here is the Big Misunderstanding trope, but even more coherent couples sometimes have the hardest time having a co...
Posted by Carrie S on Saturday, 3.28.15
Happy is a 2011 documentary that’s currently streaming on Netflix (US), Amazon Prime Instant Video, and possibly also Hulu (I haven’t been able to confirm that – if you know, please do comment). It’s one of the most thought-provoking and interesting...
Posted by SB Sarah on Friday, 3.27.15
I was a guest on The Gayle King show on October 10, talking about Everything I Know About Love, I Learned from Romance Novels. Here’s a 1:10 clip from the show where I highlight the top two lessons learned from reading romance novels. I received a TON of compliments about my necklace and my shoes […]
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