Here’s my piece at Bookend Babes aboutHow to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf by Molly Harper.
Who does dead best?
My new post at Heroes and Heartbreakers, a fun blog about romantic fiction.
I just found out there’s a new book out in April called Helen Keller in Love, by Rosie Sultan, based on Helen’s brief engagement to her secretary. Here are two sites that mention that – and lots of other interesting things about Keller:
I never read relationship help books like this, so I was really happily surprised to find this was gold. All the psychiatrists in the world wouldn’t give such good advice. It’s like someone extracted all the common sense from all the most sensible and sensitive women who ever lived and put it in concentrated form in this book.
And, even better the authors are totally upfront that they are comedic writers and not experts. They’re people and that’s why they know. I was cynical and thought they were just out to make money and a product. But this book is actually really useful and needed to be shared. It’s great that they add that, of course, everyone’s different and has to make their own decisions.
It was a surprising read that didn’t pretend to be more than it is. And, I have to admit, it actually seems like the authors care about the topic and women. I’m pretty cynical, but maybe I’ve been taken in. Still, it was fun to read and its message bears consideration.