This is a place where romance readers and genre-fiction writers – whether published or aspiring – can come together to share their passions, encourage each other and commiserate.
Day by day
I know it’s good to have a schedule, and I do try to stick to this, although sometimes life or content gets in the way. If I discover something interesting, I want to share it with you right away instead of holding it back.
But generally, here’s how it goes.
Interviews with contemporary and historical romance authors. I only feature interviews with authors whose books I think are amazing because I want to learn from them and help them promote their novels. And you can win their books!
I announce the previous week’s giveaway winner.
Focus on contemporary romance. Since I write contemporary romance, and I’ve found precious few (if any) blogs that make contemporary romance their main focus, I try to feature at least one post a week talking about issues in contemporary romance novels. This is where you can find my recommendations for upcoming releases.
Even if you’re not a contemporary romance (or even a romance) reader, I try to angle these posts so they’ll appeal to you.
Reviews* of contemporary or historical romance, romantic suspense, or nonfiction related to love, sex and relationships.
On this blog, I only post reviews for books I love and would recommend. We’re talking high-quality romance here, because life’s too short and money’s too tight to waste on bad books. I do, however, post a fuller range of reviews at The Season for Romance.
Posts about writing, science, charity, videos, or anything else worthy of sharing.
My most popular posts
You might want to have a gander around the site before committing to following me. I totally understand.
So here are some posts that other people seem to dig.
I hope you’ll jump in!
romancingkatrina [at] gmail [dot] com
Image cooked up by Mike Licht (NotionsCapital) and lovingly tweaked by Valentina Ruggiero
*In the interests of full disclosure, you should know I’m given books to review but sometimes I also review books I’ve bought and loved.