In no particular order, here is my top ten of Reg Roms for teens. Click on the cover to be whisked away for purchase, or hit the link on title/author to read my review. Meg Cabot: Victoria and the Rogue Short, sweet and often funny, this is a great YA read for those interested in historical romance. Anya Wylde: Dorothy Recommended for older teens, this … Expand →
Is there such thing as an Austen purist? If so, I think I might be one. I get a lot of “Jane-Fiction” sent to me to review. It seems the shelves of romantic fiction are packed with takes and spin offs on Jane Austen’s books and characters. And generally, they aren’t for me. Just like I am not a fan of revival movies (ala movies … Expand →
You may or may not have heard about the Bad Austen contest. Here is the original call for short, short Jane-fiction parodies: Join the esteemable company of Ms. Jane Austen! In the tradition of the Bulwer Lytton Contest and the Bad Hemingway and Bad Faulkner contests, here’s your chance pen a scene of a “classic” novel Jane Austen never wrote. I was happy to add … Expand →
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"Anne reviews Historical Romance books and has a really good grasp on what makes romances tick. Her reviews are honest and straight forward- which is a breath of fresh air! "-Better Than Chocolate Books
"A rigorous eye for historical detail from author Anne Glover, who also picks the best of the historical romances."-Memoirs of the Celebrated Mrs. Woffington