Monthly Archives: November 2014

Hurt/Comfort Fic: Why It Appeals — A Guest Post by Bonnie Dee

Hi everyone! I’m happy to bring you a guest post from Bonnie Dee today on the appeal of hurt/comfort fiction. Enjoy! ———— One character is either physically or emotionally wounded in some way. Another character supplies nurturing and draws out the … Continue reading

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Perspectives: Growing up poor and the HEA

Hi, everyone! Audra here. Today is Charlotte’s day to post, but we decided to do a joint thing because of a conversation we had last week on Twitter about growing up poor and how that influenced the way we create … Continue reading

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Virtual Shelves, Meta That Matters, and Shades of Should

There are sort of two posts in one today, but they’re related and the second block of thought is pretty short, so…just FYI. A couple of weeks ago, Laura Bradford tweeted a single line from a book, Erasing Sherlock, that … Continue reading

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