All About Romance includes everything “from the smartest reviews (more than 5,500 of them) you’ll find anywhere” to At the Back Fence, a bi-weekly must-read column for everyone who reads and writes romance, on to the liveliest message boards on the Web.
Half.com is the place to shop for fixed priced books (used and new). Membership is free, and the site is secure. Don’t be surprised if you find your favorite novels for $1.00 or cheaper here.
Happily Ever After is a fanlisting for romance genre novels of all types: contemporary, historical, paranormal, category, science fiction/fantasy, romantic suspense, and others. As of Feb 07, 2006, it listed 185 fans worldwide.
E Harlequin is the website / database of the world’s leading publisher of romance fiction and women’s fiction. The Toronto-based company publishes close to 110 titles a month in 27 languages in 95 international markets on six continents. The search engines also allow you to look for other genres and formats.
The Romance Reader contains thousands of book reviews for your romance reading pleasure, as well as features, author interviews, and a FAQ page. One of its better attractions is the New Faces column.
Romantic Times Bookclub is a magazine for lovers of romance, mystery, and women’s fiction. It has over 25,000 reviews, author interviews, industry news, and “how to write” features.