As both a reader and an author, I’ve become a huge fan of romance boxed sets and anthologies in the last couple of years.
I’ve always loved romance series, but anthologies and boxed sets are a bit like a decadent box of chocolate covered nuts and chews; each a little different, but still yummy!
I read really fast, which means,even with my increasingly limited reading time, I can zip through a story and feel the satisfaction of a happily-ever-after.
I’ve discovered some amazing authors, many of whom have become auto-buys for me via sets. When I find an author I like, I’m rather like a barnacle on a ship–hard to pry loose!
I mentioned the cost above, but really, think about the bargain.
Six, eight, ten, or more stories for around a dollar?
Even if I pay a bit more, that’s a steal, because most of the stories are also available as stand-alones too. I have a novella priced at 99¢ that was part of a set of eight books for the same price.
I love to gift them to friends, family, and readers too.
As an author, I have been involved in seveb group projects (some free and others for sale) and am slated for a couple more. Working with other authors is a fabulous opportunity to get to know them really well, build relationships, and develop long-standing friendships. Each brings a different skill-set to the table, but I have found their willingness to share their knowledge and support the other authors in the group is invaluable.
Once Upon a True Love’s Kiss is a wonderful set of eight tantalizing kiss and tell Regency romances by bestselling, award-winning authors that releases January 4, 2016 but is available for pre-order now.
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Passionate Promises, is an Embracing Romance Anthology (That’s right, all of the authors are from Embracing Romance!) featuring nine historical romances that promise to stir your passions. It releases in February 2016 but is available for pre-order now too!
You’ll find sexy scoundrels and spies, Regency rogues and rakes, and provocative pirates in these captivating collections.
Are you a fan of boxed sets or anthologies? Why or why not?