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Keeping Sex Between the Covers

Keeping Sex Between the Covers

It’s June 14th and in the United States we’re celebrating Flag Day! I have a special promotion for June (Flag Day month) and July (Independence Day month). See the end of this post! I generally write historical erotic romance, although I have also written contemporary, mythological, and Steampunk. But my comfort zone is historicals because I’m a historian and, I suppose, I’ve internally fetishized history to a certain extent. I’ve written stories that take place in ancient Roman and Victorian…

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12 Days: To Love a King’s Man by Emma Jay (Contest)

12 Days: To Love a King’s Man by Emma Jay (Contest)

The Highlander from Boy to Man Like so many who are inspired to write highlanders, I LOVE Jamie Fraser from Outlander. He is my second-favorite red-haired, oversized Scot (the first being William of Dunashie from Anita Mills’s Winter Roses). I have been SO EXCITED about the Starz series, especially once I heard Ron Moore was involved (Loved the Battlestar Galactica reboot.) And I’ve enjoyed the show, and been listening to the audiobook, so I know the show is faithful to…

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Getting Off On History

Getting Off On History

An introductory guest post by Regina Kammer I love history. I love reading about history, visiting heritage sites, wandering through history exhibitions in museums. And I love reading historical romance and historical erotica. The settings themselves are exciting. You see, I get off on history. In today’s world, there’s an erotic romance to fit every predilection imaginable: BDSM, vampires, shape-shifters, small-town America, billionaires, firefighters, Bigfoot, etc. As romance readers we tend to gravitate to the sub-genre that, uh, “inspires” us…

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