Sex. With that one word, Digimonkey has probably grabbed your undivided attention. Why? Because everyone has an opinion regarding sex, often a very strongly held opinion, and reading about “great sex” can mean different things to different people. For some, sex can be implied in the storyline, but they never want it shown. Others want it to be discreet but visible, something that enriches the entire experience of the story. And still others want a no-holds-barred, explicit and graphic romp that fills nearly every page.
Happy 13th! I suppose we can all breathe a sigh of relief that it isn’t Friday – we had our Friday the 13th last month, and we have another one coming in December (interestingly enough, 13 weeks after the September date). Still, this being our time for celebrating Halloween and scary stories, it would be remiss of me to let the day pass without some kind of theme post.
Since it’s the 13th, I’m thinking it’s time to reclaim it as a lucky number. Consider yourself ...more
People ask me all the time why I chose to write romantic fantasy. The short answer is that I can’t envision writing one without the other. The long answer might be a little more complex. The union of fantasy and romance is a marriage of convenience. The genres complement, enhance ...more
Author Alessia Brio has won awards for her writing. Two of her titles were chosen as Top Picks by RT Book Reviews Magazine, and the non-profit publishing company she runs, Coming Together, has raised thousands of dollars for various charities. Recently, she and her writing partner Will Belegon launched Purple Prosaic, LLC, through which they have released previously published and original stories. According to Brio, many of their works have sold well…except for one.
“[Amichu] is a Quechua word meaning ...more
Everyone enjoys being the best at something, whether it’s singing arias, hitting home runs or spitting watermelon seeds for distance. And even if we’re not personally the best at something, it’s still fun to watch those who are. How else do you explain the popularity of sporting championships, awards shows like the Oscars, and reality show competitions?
On OmniLit and All Romance, we have Best Sellers, Top Rated and Staff Picks to celebrate!
All Romance & OmniLit Best Sellers
The Best Seller lists can be found ...more
Hear ye, hear ye! A new flag is flying on the All Romance/OmniLit website, and Digimonkey wants to explain what it means and how you can use it to help Digi and the rest of the staff at All Romance/OmniLit.
If you have not yet spotted this flag, it’s red and located on each book’s main page directly below the book’s cover image and above the Description.
Are you there, Kindle? It’s us, a generation of readers who grew up reading Judy Blume. We’re excited to learn that thirteen books in Blume’s classic backlist are coming to eBook format through Random House. Stories like Blubber and Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret remain fresh and relevant years later, and hopefully eBook release will introduce them to a new generation of readers.
Blume isn’t the only author of note to receive a digital makeover. The works of the late John Updike ...more
Read an eBook Week began officially on March 4th, and kicks off a celebration of reading in digital format. Whether you have a Kindle, Nook, or Sony reader, or use any of the various reading applications for your tablet, laptop, or other computer, we at AReCafe hope you will join in the appreciation for electronic books and read this week.
Allie Ritch: Author Diane Saxon is on my blog today (12/17/14) to share the Paranormally Yours anthology and to offer a sneak peek at her upcoming release, Short Circuit Time. In addition to Diane’s story, “For Heaven’s Cakes”, Paranormally Yours includes works by Ann Gimpel, Christy Gissendaner, Anita Cox, Loralie Hall, Sofia Grey, and Sotia Lazu. Come check…[Read more]
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