Surviving Valentine’s Day: Pauline Parril’s Advice for Married Women

Surviving Valentine’s Day: Pauline Parril’s Advice for Married Women

Guest post by Pauline Daley-Parril Valentine’s Day hashtags are proliferating on Twitter. That means one thing: #valentinesdayiscoming. For single women, the 14th of February is tough enough when it’s #nodate and #aloneagain. But for married women, Valentine’s Day is a #minefield #forgetaboutit #norosesforyousister #fml. For women in general, Valentine’s Day is like trying on a new bikini: single girls hope to find […]

February 11, 2015 at 8:00 am 0 comments

Guest Article: The Four Fatal Flaws of a Romantic Hero

Guest Article: The Four Fatal Flaws of a Romantic Hero

Four Fatal Flaws of a Romantic Hero by Jassy De Jong My first introduction to romance novels were the piles of old Mills & Boons which could be found in every bookshelf in our house (I have three older sisters). This was in the early 1980s, when romantic heroes were very different from what they are today. As an impressionable […]

November 6, 2014 at 8:03 am 0 comments

Writing Online is Easy with Good Writing Courses

“If you can write a simple letter to a friend you can make a living working for yourself from your home as a copywriter.” That’s what a friend of mine recently told me as I was complaining that I was a terrible writer. You see, my girlfriend Janice has a friend that does just that. She’s a copywriter and does […]

August 15, 2013 at 1:30 pm 0 comments