Thanks for listening to Unladylike podcast.
With episode 20, we’ve come to the end of season 2. We’re taking a break over our summer holiday season (apologies to everyone in the northern hemisphere). But we’ll be back early next year.
First up in 2018: an international, interdisciplinary roundtable on academic writing, especially for all of us starting or resuming our studies or research.
So stay tuned.
And thanks again for all your support.
What makes a great ‘kissing book’? We talk to Anna Campbell and Kylie Scott, two leading writers of romance novels, about spirited heroines, suspense, banter, intellectual equality, drama, subtext, laughter, sexual tension, feminism, tropes, and happy endings.
Kylie Scott is a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author. She was twice voted Australian Romance Writer of the year by the Australian Romance Writer’s Association, writes across different genres, and her books have been translated into eleven different languages.
Her books include the Flesh, Stage Dive and Dive Bar series, the YA romance Trust, and novellas including Colonist’s Wife and the upcoming 1001 Dark Nights.
Anna Campbell is an award-winning writer of Regency romance. Her books, series, and novellas have been published in twenty countries.
Anna’s first novel, Claiming the Courtesan, was the Romance Writers of Australia Romantic Book of the Year. Since then, her books have gone onto win many awards from the Golden Quill to the RITA Award. Her latest is The Christmas Stranger.