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Blog Tour Feature: The Sound of Violet by Allen Wolf

Blog Tour Feature: The Sound of Violet by Allen Wolf NEW RELEASE - A man believes he found his perfect soulmate, but his autism keeps him from realizing she’s actually a prostitute... I am pleased to announce a cool book blog tour going on right now, presented by Allen Wolf, an author I met during my journey! Congratulations on your romantic comedy! When a new book comes out, it is always an exciting time for authors! Let's hear a little about this new book. Desperate to find his soulmate, Shawn goes on one awkward date after another until he encounters the alluring Violet.

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What Most People Don’t Know about Romance Novels: a romance blogger post by multi-genre author Marie Lavender

I’ve debunked the top myths about romance books before, but today I’d like to discuss facets of the genre that many of us don’t always think about...

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Heroes in Disguise: a guest post by Kelle Z. Riley

The concept of disguises dates back much further than our Man-of-Steel. Nearly every culture has elements of disguise in their rituals and religious expressions, as well as in their forms of entertainment. From morality plays to masquerade balls, Samhain to Shakespeare, disguised figures exist in both culture and entertainment. Disguise, apparently, has deep psychological things to say about us, too.

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Ten Signs You Are Ready for Marriage: a guest post by Jade Langton

Marriage is something that should be taken very seriously. Therefore, it is crucial to know whether you are ready for it or not. Read a comprehensive article on this topic; we've put together factual information for you!

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Poetry Spotlight: David Russell on Mysterious Sensuality

Now and then on the I Love Romance Blog, I recognize poets and their wonderful, romantic poems. Today David Russell has stopped by to showcase some of his work for us...

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“Solace” – a new poem

New poem, 'Solace', posted on the I Love Romance Blog...

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5 Tips on How to Have a Memorable First Date: a guest post by Amelia Ma

After a while, online dating can start to get a bit boring and tedious. The same pick-up lines. The same half-hearted rejections.  However, there are still various ways to make sure your first date is fresh and exciting. A little effort can go a long way! Check out this guide on how to have a memorable first date...

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Five Adorable Young Adult Romances That Are Sure to Spark Joy: a guest post by Desiree Villena of Reedsy

Some of us could still use a small burst of joy to power through these next few weeks... not to mention some suitably breezy reading material for sunny days in the park. The good news is, YA rom-coms are just the ticket, and there are tons of amazing titles floating around these days. I’ve gathered five YA romances that will spark joy and provide a nice escape from the stress of daily life.

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Top Wedding Themes for 2021: a guest post by Janelle Urrutia

Your wedding is the most important day of your life and it’s vital to have everything turn out the way you’ve always dreamed of. Choosing a wedding theme is more than just a color scheme- it influences your choice of decor, music, and of course, tells the love story between you and your partner. If you’re having difficulty choosing a wedding theme, you can get inspiration from the top wedding themes of 2021...

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Historical Romance – Personal Not Just Factual: a romance blogger post by multi-genre author Marie Lavender

Let’s talk about books. There’s nothing I love more than cracking open a volume, going to the first page and diving into a great story. As writers, we hope to create characters and worlds that truly resonate with readers...