The I Love Romance Blog, or ILRB (as I love my abbreviations), was built so that we could talk about the different facets of romantic relationships, and discuss romance novels. Posts can take the form of new release features, cover reveals, romantic thought posts or romantic poetry, interviews (mainly character interviews, though I am open to other kinds), guests posts about romance (contact me with your ideas!) or romance writing, book giveaways and other events like blog tours. As I am an author as well, I occasionally post about my own romance novels.
We always want to hear from readers! Recently we started a new feature titled ‘What Does Romance Mean to Me?’, in which we get a take from any reader of romance, regarding how reading romance novels has shaped his or her life. You do not need to be an author to write a guest post for this feature! ♥
Plus, we have another feature, titled ‘Heroes & Heroines’. With this type of guest post, authors will tell us about one of their characters from a book. It doesn’t need to be from a character’s perspective, though that’s a possibility. It could simply be a casual approach on how the character was developed, what was it about the character’s personality that kept the author up at night, what parts of their story demanded to be told…that kind of thing.
Please feel free to reach out to me if you have a creative idea for a romantic post, or if you’re an author who would like one of these features for your book, at firstname.lastname@example.org
PAID OPTION –> Yes, we also take sponsored posts, if your company’s budget allows it, and only if your post would fit the premise of this blog. Please reach out to me for a quote and details. I will NOT turn this blog into a forum for your inflammatory political views, so don’t even bother sending political articles, and I won’t post about unrelated products or services. If your article/product helps readers find a great romance book, or your service can assist our readers with their romantic relationships in some manner, even if you offer tips about romance writing, then I’m more than happy to work with you.
***Special Note: At this time, my schedule is full and does not allow me to consider writing official book reviews for your books on this blog. Requests for such reviews will be politely denied, no exceptions (The A to Z Challenge posts in April 2016 were not built from book review requests from authors, but rather books that I had on my shelf or novels I wanted to read). Thank you for understanding. ♥