• Still Waters Run Deep Posted on April 14, 2014

    by Allison Parr, author of Imaginary Lines (Carina Press) I didn’t mean to write a book about Abraham ... Read More…

  • Harlequin News Round Up: March 20, 2014 Posted on March 20, 2014

    We’re Wild About Westerns! Do you love romances starring cowboys, ranchers and other rugged men of the West? Check out our Westerns page for Harlequin’s latest Western romance releases! ... Read More…

  • October New Releases! Posted on September 24, 2013

    The fall days are upon us and that means more time for cozy reading. Check out these October reads that are sure to warm you up. A Seaside Christmas by Sherryl Woods ... Read More…

  • Harlequin Blog News Round-Up: April 18, 2013 Posted on April 18, 2013

    Each week we post the best news coming out of Harlequin and Carina Press. Usually it means a few sales. 😉 But there’s also free books, contests, community spotlights and the latest video-in-convos with our authors and book trailers to ... Read More…

  • Harlequin Blog News Round-Up: April 11, 2013 Posted on April 11, 2013

    Each week we post the best news coming out of Harlequin and Carina Press. Usually it means a few sales. But there’s also free books, contests, community spotlights and the latest video-in-convos with our authors and ... Read More…

  • On Rush Me, “Girls” and being an unpaid intern in NYC Posted on April 10, 2013

    by Allison Parr, author of Rush Me (Carina Press) Tell me if you’ve heard this one before. A year out of college, an aspiring ... Read More…

  • Check Out April’s New Releases! Posted on April 1, 2013

    New Release Tuesday is upon us again and we’re excited about April’s releases because it means two things: spring is here and we have more great reads! April showers got you down? Grab one of these new Harlequin or Carina ... Read More…

  • Exploring the New Adult genre Posted on January 30, 2013

    A Q&A with Angela James (Editorial Director, Carina Press) and Margo Lipschultz (Editor at Harlequin HQN) What is New Adult and why is it so popular? ML: I see New Adult as a genre that fills the gap between YA and contemporary ... Read More…