P.N. Hinton

Born into a family of readers, P.N. gained a love reading as a sort of herd mentality. This love of reading has remained a life long passion, resulting in an English Degree from The University of Houston in Houston, Texas. She normally reads three to four books at any given time, in the futile Sisyphean hope of whittling down her ever growing to be read pile of no specific genre.

8 Christmas Cozy Mysteries For a Bloody Good Holiday

There's something about solving the mystery, finding the killer, and then cozying up in front of the fire with these Christmas cozy mysteries.

Here for the Joy: 9 Black Joy Books

These Black joy books include multiple age ranges and genres, but all are designed to put a feeling of happiness in your heart, including Black Boy Joy by Kwame Mbalia.

10 Quick And Easy Comic Book Halloween Costumes

Start the frights! Find fun, adorable, quick, and quirky comic book Halloween costumes for this year's celebrations!

Why We Keep Retelling the Hades and Persephone Myth

Romance novel retellings of the Hades and Persephone myth, like Neon Gods, are increasingly common. What gives this relationship such staying power?

Why are “Apron Tuggers” the Newest Romance Trend?

2022 is looking to the the year of the foodie romance. But what is it about food and cooking that lends itself so well to the romance genre?

Matching Romance Novels with Madonna Songs

In honor of Madonna's birthday and her illustrious career, a look at romance novels that pair well with her songs.

A Compelling Villain Is All About the Backstory

A compelling villain makes for a much more interesting narrative. The best way to achieve that is for the villain to have a sympathetic backstory.

12 Of The Best Sapphic Romances To Read

Sapphic romances are finally receiving a well deserved place in the sun. Here's some of the best sapphic romances to read right now, including D’Vaughn and Kris Plan a Wedding by Chencia C. Higgins.

Is It Time to Retire the Romance Term “Bodice Ripper”?

The term "bodice ripper" is often used to disparage the romance genre, but it's also used by some romance readers. It is time to retire it?

Elderly Women Up To No Good: Loving Old Lady Sleuths

Elderly women playing the role of sleuths in fiction shatter perceptions of the roles women--and older people--have in society.