Since it’s almost the end of 2013, I’ve started putting together my reading list for 2014. For a variety of reasons, I’m going to have more time to read, but I’m also going to make an effort to set aside more time for it. Below are four of the books on the list so far […]
Looking for a new series to read this summer, but not wanting to wait forever for the next installment to come out? Relax, here are five completed book series that are very good and all have the final book in the series available to read. I’ve linked to the first book in each series so […]
There are many downsides to being a critic. Like when you write a theater review that has people accusing you of being a soulless hipster AND a Starbucks-swilling millenial. Thanks, Internet! But you know what I like about my part-time gig?
Sometimes, I come across a photo of a scantily-dressed or not-dressed person who is old, fat, or not conforming to the culture’s ideals of beauty or sexuality in some other way. Invariably, someone else comments: “No one wants to see that.” Bullshit. I want to see it, and I want other people to, too.
Award-winning author ZoÃ« Archer has been helping to redefine the romance genre with her widely acclaimed historical paranormal Blades of the Rose series, featuring ass-kicking female protagonists, and storylines that defy the stereotype of the romance novel. Please join me in welcoming ZoÃ« Archer to Persephone! Persephone Magazine: There’s a definite stereotype of romance novel heroines […]