Continuing our trip around the world, we stop today in South and Central America. When you think of this part of the world, a myriad of images come to mind: exotic jungles and rainforests, sensuous couples twisted in a tango in a smoky speakeasy, two strangers in feathered masks meeting at Carnivale… The lands south of North America’s borders provide so much inspiration for romance authors.
We at All Romance / ARe Cafe have designated February as Reading is Sexy month! If ever you want to impress somebody, it’s recommended to have a book (or a digital reader) in hand. It doesn’t matter if you favor romances over mystery, or love delving into a thick sci-fi epic on your lunch break, when you read a book you open yourself to new worlds of possibility. You have to admit, too, there’s something sexy about a person who reads with confidence.
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With all the attention Fifty Shades of Grey and Bared to You received last year, one might expect sales of erotica and erotic romance overall 2012 to have spiked. At All Romance, spicy romance is a perennial bestseller, though readers enjoy a variety of sub-genres within romance. Each year, ARe produces a report detailing sales trends, and while BDSM sales experienced a huge growth over the last year it wasn’t the biggest selling genre.
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Over the next month, All Romance / OmniLit / AReCafe will share our 2012 trends and statistics with you. Knowing exactly where are readers are, which eBook formats they prefer, and which genres they read most often allows us to better help you find the books you want. Each year we read our annual trend reports and learn so much about how reading habits evolve, and where eBook readership has grown.
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Savvy romance eBook lovers know that titles bought from All Romance and OmniLit may be read through several methods – you can download eBooks to laptops, smart phones, and tablets, and you can send eBooks to dedicated readers like the Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and Sony reader. When it comes to finding specific books to read, though, sometimes it takes more than a visit to ARe to find inspiration.
How do our readers find their next auto-buy author and keeper novel? We are pleased to present our ...more
Allie Ritch: Today (5/20/13), my log line for Husbandry is up at The Log Line Blog at theloglineblog.blogspot.com. Anyone who comments on my or any of the other daily log lines is entered in the monthly contest (as outlined by The Log Line Blog).
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