They say that opposites attract, but these two opposites definitely repel. She owns a bakery, and is allergic to working out. He owns a gym, and thinks sugar is a sin. She likes cookies, treats, and is really quite sweet. He likes weights, protein, and is really quite mean. Will the stars align for Keisha... Continue Reading →
Jennifer and her husband are one of the cutest couples I’ve ever seen. After having met when they were stationed in Fort Riley, KS, both sharing a military background, life for them has blossomed into two children (ages 14 and 6), and an “ability to laugh and love even through firing bullets.” What is your... Continue Reading →
I've been thinking, for a while now, about bringing real life love to this blog. Between my forays into YouTube and the couples I stalk follow on IG, I realize that women are being loved...especially women of color. There's glints, gleams, and giggles. Subtle touches. Unparalleled eye-contact. And, I want that in my world, you... Continue Reading →
...suddenly at 10pm as I was climbing into my cold, lonely bed, I received a random text message that read: “I think about you.”
Which has been a better experience for you? I'm currently at a point in my life where ambivalence is Queen. On one hand, I'm completely happy being single. I'm always reading articles that encourage "dating yourself" and "getting to know yourself," and I think I've mastered it. I'm by myself close to one-hundred percent of... Continue Reading →
If the literary world is any indication, women cannot get enough of the alpha male. He is seen as strong -- the leader in many instances. He usually runs his own business or is the voice that people listen for in important settings. The one who delegates.
Authors, do you think that writing romance has affected your dating scene? And not necessarily in "looking for Mr. Perfect," but paying more closely to words or your interactions. His body language. The things you have to focus on as writer to pull the reader into the story. What have you noticed? -Alex