I’m over at Book Riot talking about polyamorous erotic romance

A post about books by Megan Mulry, Kit Rocha, Kelly Jamieson, and Solace Ames.

(Meant to put this up yesterday. Oops)



PS. It’s likely I’ll be doing a bit more writing at Book Riot, especially about romance, which is an under represented area on their site compared to its readership. It’s a very different kind of writing than I do here. It’s going to be a challenge, but a fun one I think.


2 responses

  1. I’m so happy you’re writing for BR. I haven’t been particularly pleased with the way they have covered romance before, but I’m glad to see they are willing to change that. They picked the right person (or maybe you picked them?). Can’t wait to read your articles!


    • Thanks! I don’t recall much romance coverage at all, so I’m glad they are taking a chance on it. Their news coverage of romance, in the podcast, is excellent. They went to town on the misogynist reporting of the Harlequin acquisition, and Rebecca often recommends romance when they do their Audible or Oyster spots. I think the readership skews towards contemporary lit fic, but I could be totally wrong about that. We’ll see!


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