Trisha Brown

Trisha Brown grew up in Washington State and moved to Washington, DC, to work on programs that support vulnerable families. She decided to take a break in 2019, so now she’s traveling around the United States learning about different places and communities. She plans to return to her life in DC eventually, but for now she can be found chatting with people in bars and parks, catching up on sleep, and trying to keep herself from buying more books than her car and budget can handle. Find her on Instagram (@trishahaleybrown) or Twitter (@trishahaleybrwn).

Hey Book Industry: “Women’s Fiction” Is Not a Thing

Books by and about women are rad. Categorizing them as “women’s fiction” is not.

Donald Trump is Not A Romance Novel Hero: An Argument I Never Thought I’d Have to Make

A response to the claim that romance readers voted for Trump because he resembles *cough* a romantic hero.

National Job Shadowing Day and Romance Novel Career Options

Don’t know what to do with your life? Don’t worry – there's more than one way romance novels can help you find your passion.

100 Must-Read Romantic Comedies

100 excellent romance novels that will make you laugh out loud

How To Make Your Audiobooks Fit Your Travel Plans

When your TBR is an abundance of riches, picking the book that best fits your travel plans makes at least as much sense as flipping a coin.

7 Book Adaptations You Might’ve Missed This Year

So you've already seen The Jungle Book and Girl on the Train? Here are some films adapted from books that you may have missed this year.

3 Tips for Great (Fictional) Sex

Literary fiction writers looking to avoid the Bad Sex in Fiction award could learn a few things from those who know physical intimacy best: romance authors.

6 Romance Families to Save Your Thanksgiving

Nervous about being without (or with) your family this Thanksgiving? Just find a romance series family to sub in for your own.

100 Must-Read Romantic Comedies

100 excellent romance novels that will make you laugh out loud

Audiobooks and The Excessively Efficient Reader: A Love Story

How one reader meticulously plans her audiobook listening around length of chapters and topic.

Roald Dahl Made Me a Better Reader and a (Slightly) Less Annoying Kid

How Roald Dahl made me a second-grader who read for love instead of information

Reading Pathways: Alyssa Cole

Here's where to start reading the works of romance author Alyssa Cole.

Reading Pathways: Kate DiCamillo

Where to start with the work of children's author Kate DiCamillo

How to Write Your Mid-Career Political Memoir

We've read a bunch of political memoirs, and now we know the formula!

The Best Quotes from Love Between the Covers

A documentary about the romance industry features conversations about writing, reading, and what's realistic in life and literature