Toxic Romance: Verbal Abuse

Unfortunately even with so many options in the romance genre a few harmful tropes have also found a home within the market.

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Author Events: In Person, and Socially Distant

In a time long, long ago when we could freely touch our faces in public and take leisurely strolls around grocery stores, authors could hold events in public.

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Four Books to Read Before Summer Ends

So there’s good news and there’s bad news. Good news: we’re halfway through 2020! Bad news: we still have six months of 2020 to go…We’re also about halfway done with summer, can you believe it? We at Three Houses Press have been busier than ever, but if you have some extra time on your hands…

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Toxic Romance: Ageism

You may have seen the term representation being thrown around more often lately, with what is going on in the news cycle. (If you have somehow made it to this post, but have seen nothing else of late please email me and detail the exact dimensions of the rock you’re hiding under. Then check out…

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House Tour: Acquisitions

Well hello everyone, and happy Thursday. I know these are the most uncertain times we’ve ever seen and (hopefully) will ever see, but what I also know is that consistency is key for feeling stable during uncertain times. Therefore, we continue today with the next part of our Ins and Outs of Publishing series, which…

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Publishing House Tour

The publishing industry is kind of…wild. It is an intricate business, and one that often does not run like the outside world expects it to (i.e. it is s l o w in a world that expects things now, now, now. So, we’ve decided to break things down a bit. Let’s dive in, shall we?

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Toxic Romance: LGBTQ Representation

Stories with LGBTQ themes have been around since the origins of Greek mythology, but in the year 2020 it is still hard to consider LGBTQ literature as truly part of the mainstream.

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