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“It would be so nice to be able to dream again,” someone said to me a few days ago. “To have ideals, or just believe we can make a difference. To think we’re not only selfish consumers.” I knew exactly what he meant. We live in a world where a violent...

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As a writer, I have a big responsibility: I can’t bore my readers; I can’t underestimate them; and I have to share information. And when it comes to writing romances, not only do my readers want a good tale, they also expect to (vicariously) fall in love....

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The second — or third — stages of romance are the ones no romance books talk about. Of course not: it’s the exhilarating first stage we prefer; the one that lifts us above life’s petty problems; the one that has us floating through blissful blue heavens;...

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In All About Charming Alice by J. Arlene Culiner , Alice Treemont lives in Blake’s Folly, such a small community with only 52 residents, that everyone knows everyone’s most intimate business, the cars are old, the music is bad, and the land is dry. Alice...

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J. Arlene Culiner, born in New York, raised in Toronto, has spent most of her life in England, Germany, Holland, Turkey, France, Greece, Hungary and the Sahara. She now resides in a 300-year-old former inn in a French village of no real interest. Much...

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In my new book, the contemporary romance, All About Charming Alice, my heroine, Alice is a herpetologist but Jace, my hero, has a snake phobia. Big problem ? The end of romance ? Certainly not. As we all know, a phobia is an irrational fear of something...

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