Tag Archives: Jill Sorenson

Jill Sorenson Interviews Victoria Dahl: A Guest Post

Today we’ve got an author to author interview. Jill Sorenson interviews Victoria Dahl. Thanks, ladies! Sorenson: Hey Victoria! Or should I call you Vicki? Thanks so much for taking the time to chat with me here at All About Romance!! … Continue reading

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Dirty Ideas: Why Motorcycle Clubs?

This is a guest post from author Jill Sorenson. Her first motorcycle club romance Riding Dirty comes out on October 1st. Jill is giving away a copy of Riding Dirty to one lucky AAR reader. (Thanks, Jill!) Just enter a … Continue reading

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Jill Sorenson talks implants, earthquakes, and gives away five copies of Backwoods!

Author Jill Sorenson is known for her heart-pounding romantic suspense. You can read AAR’s review of her latest book, Backwoods, here. I know Jill on Twitter and asked if she’d be interested in answering a few questions.

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Jill Sorenson Interviews Suzanne Brockmann, Part II – and a Giveaway!

They’re back! Today Suzanne Brockmann and Jill Sorenson have more to say about writing, diversity, privilege and more. If you missed Part I, you can find that here. And – after the interview, you will find details for a Sorenson/Brockmann … Continue reading

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Jill Sorenson Interviews Suzanne Brockmann, Part I

Not too long ago, I wrote a piece discussing how, among other things, I wished that I could see more authors speaking publicly and candidly about books and the romance genre. Now we here at AAR are very happy to … Continue reading

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Green Romance – A New Special Titles List?

An environmentalist myself, I like to read about other environmentalists. Folks who care about nature and who are prepared to adapt their lifestyle so as to deal with it more carefully are almost automatically likeable to me. Which is why … Continue reading

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Melting Pot Challenge: Hispanic Characters

My very first romance novel was Lord of La Pampa by Kay Thorpe, an old Harlequin Presents title. It starred a naïve British girl and an arrogant Argentinian cattle rancher. She had come to Argentina for a dancing job and … Continue reading

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