Tag: romance month

Monthly Review for February

On the last day of this month, I thought that I would go over what we have been up to at Faerie Rose Press. Well, to start, I would like to thank everyone for their support and comments throughout the past month, as we…

Romance and Teenage Readers

As February winds down which means that we are starting to come down to the end of romance month. but before it comes to end, I thought that it would be fun to talk about when should young girls start reading romance novels. I…

Romance versus Women’s Fiction

Today I want to talk about the difference between romance and women’s fiction. Romance is the bigger of the two genres in terms of sales, whereas women’s fiction is the biggest reads when it comes to books that are read and talked about in…

The Romance Novel and the #Metoo Movement

In the last couple of years, the news headlines have been filled with dominant, male figures being taken down by a string of accusations of sexual misconduct the question that comes to mind during the movement of #Metoo is what about our romance novels?…

Occupations in Romance

While we continue our discussions on romance and romantic fiction, I thought that I would spend today talking about making the right relationship choices for your characters. When we look at our characters, we think about their physical traits such as eye color, hair…

Disney’s Romeo and Juliet (1998)

I want to start this post by saying that if the Lion King is Disney’s adaptation of Hamlet, then it can be easily said that Lion King‘s sequel, Simba’s Pride, is Disney’s adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. Simba’s Pride has all the possible elements…

Romeo + Juliet (1996)

The next adaptation of Romeo and Juliet that I will be discussing is the 1996 version from Australian filmmaker, Baz Luhrmann, starring Leonardo DiCaprio as Romeo and Claire Danes as Juliet, and John Leguizamo as Tybalt. Now John Leguizamo gives Tyblat not only justice…