Sandy interviews me at The Reading Café

TRC: Hi Terri and welcome to The Reading Café!

Terri: Hello! It’s great to be here.

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Recent books and films have popularized the billionaire, or ridiculously wealthy hero, in contemporary romantic fiction. However, the idea of a wealthy, powerful man as a hero isn't particularly revolutionary. There have always been these characters – whether they be Earls and Dukes in historical romances, or Bruce Wayne aka Batman in comics. A billionaire hero appeals to me for the obvious reason that lots of money facilitates having a good time in especially grand ways in exotic and extraordinary locales, and makes for an entertaining story.

By Miranda Owen, featuring the Beauty and the Brit series.

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Before we dig into Luann de Lesseps’ take on The Real Housewives of New York reunion, let’s address her wardrobe choices, shall we? Oh, let’s. What is that foil-covered chocolate Easter egg of a dress she’s wearing? Furthermore, why? I look to her blog for clues.

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My guest post on Romance University

So I’ve taken it upon myself to dub 2015 The Year of Editing (editing, editing, editing *pretend my voice is doing that awesome reverb thing*). There are times when this happens because of production dates and deadlines. I’d much rather write than revise, but this year it just didn’t work out that way.

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The Real Housewives of New York reunion was a spicy, hot dish of denial, accusations, and bare breasticles (I’m eyeballing you, Heather and Kristen ), but Bethenny Frankel looked divine in her oh-so-casual skinny (girl) slacks and sleeveless blouse. And the queen of the cocktail was keeping it real, y’all.

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