Tina Moss and Marianne Morea talk about writing in multiple genres and how important it is to choose the right cover. They discuss how and why they choose certain covers for their books and why knowing what type of covers appeal to your readers is key.
Hannah Byron and Sherri Hayes talk about writing romances that involve workplace romances. They share examples of books they've written where the hero and heroines work together and discuss the challenges that falling in love with a boss or colleague creates when writing a believable story.
Hannah Byron and Danielle Bannister talk Instalove, Friends to Lovers, Internal and External conflicts, and the difference between writing the male and female point of view in romance. Find out how they approach writing love and lust in their stories.
Marianne Morea and Sherri Hayes talk fictional heroes and what they love most about them. Learn about some of their favorite romantic heroes and stories, and find out what turns them off when it comes to leading men.
Tina Moss and Hannah Byron share their writing process, along with the challenges that authors face getting those words on the page. Listen as they discuss the magic of becoming a writer and how to find your path.
Danielle Bannister and Marianne Morea chat about Kindle Vella, what it means for authors and readers, and share the first episode of their stories, Where You Left Me and Leap Of Fae.
Sherri Hayes and Tina Moss discuss all things taboo in romance and what responsibilities authors have when approaching these subjects in fiction.
Hannah Byron and Marianne Morea talk about writing violent scenes, how it affects them as writers, and share excerpts from their novels The Parisian Spy and Time Turner.
Danielle Bannister and Sherri Hayes discuss writing steamier scenes in their stories. Find out how they approach writing those scenes that don't fade to black.
Dark Romance. Bully Romance. Villains you can't help but love even though you know you shouldn't. Danielle Bannister and Tina Moss talk about all these problematic fictional men and what draws us to them.
Sherri Hayes and Hannah Byron talk about how the setting of the book changes the way they research their stories.
Authors Marianne Morea and Tina Moss talk all things paranormal romance. They are diving into shifters, vampires, witches, and fae on this week's episode of Bound by Books.
Danielle Bannister and Hannah Byron chat about some of the questions they get asked as writers and whether they would ever consider being a ghost writer.
Sherri Hayes and Marianne Morea take a deep dive into their characters and how they keep them real and relatable when writing genre fiction.
Marianne Morea and Danielle Bannister share when and why authors choose to update their covers, titles, and other behind the scenes decisions that go into branding and marketing a book.
Tina Moss and Hannah Byron are talking about their writing process and how that affects their reading habits. Find out how they research their books, what they do for relaxation when they’re not writing, and how a scene Hannah wrote gave her chills.
Sherri Hayes and Tina Moss chat about writing, publishing, and how a TikTok ended up sending Tina on a new writing journey.
Marianne Morea and Hannah Byron talk about the authors who influenced their writing and how their first books came to life. Hannah and Marianne share the creative influences in their lives and their love for strong female characters in fiction.
Sherri Hayes and Danielle Bannister share how they, and three other authors, have come together to launch the Bound By Books Podcast. Find out what led them to writing their first books, and listen to them chat about their current works in progress.