Romance Writers of America
Find out what the largest writer's organization in America is up to. See who's having a booksigning in your area, what the bestsellers are, and, if you're interesting in writing a romance novel yourself, how to join .
Come explore the website of the world's largest publisher of popular fiction. Includes areas on how to enhance your romantic life, daily and weekly serialized novels available only at eHarlequin.com, tip sheets for writers, an extensive "Author's Alcove" of biographies and information on your favorite Harlequin/Silhouette authors, more. I hang out in the Community/Forums/Series/Special Edition board.
All About Romance
You might find their reviews enlightening or controversial, but All About Romance has some of the liveliest, insightful and intelligent conversations about romance and women's fiction on the Web.
All category romance, all the time! Huge site with reviews, interviews, Q&A sessions and message boards galore.
Romancing the Blog
Whether you’re a reader, new or veteran writer, or industry pro, this revolving blog of regulars and guests is a great place to hang out, tossing out a new discussion topic nearly every day to prod the gray matter, get your juices going, or just plain entertain.
A content-rich site devoted to the romance industry, featuring in-depth reviews, industry news-related blogs, even the chance for new writers to put up a first page or query letter for the masses to critique.
The Adventures of…Superlibrarian
A quirky blog by, yes, a real, honest-to-God librarian, chatting about books, trends, and whatever else pops into her head.
In their own words: We are four everyday average women who love to read. We don't have degrees in English and we're not professional writers, but we're fun, fearless, and we tell it like it is. We're fans of romance so if we've read it, you'll hear about it...one way or another.
The Good, the Bad, and the Unread
The carnival of romance fiction sites, TGTBTU (as it ’s affectionately known) is crammed full of reviews, commentary, contests, interviews and Spotlights on publishers and imprints. Come visit the Duckies…and don’t be afraid to jump right into the Pond!
Funniest damn blog on the web. Srsly.
Jennifer Crusie’s blog. ‘Nuff said.
Home of the LOLcats. And pooches. And rabbits. Sometimes hamsters. First thing I click on every morning, because I’m weird like that.
The new Freecell, a/k/a the ultimate hideout for the procrastinating writer. I blame Jenny Crusie for this one.
Facebook, MySpace, Twitter.
I’m on all of ‘em. Go ahead, look me up. Add me. Make my day.