Join romance authors Mina V. Esguerra, Chi Yu Rodriguez, Tara Frejas, Jay E. Tria, Katt Briones, Six de los Reyes, and Danice Mae P. Sison as they discuss how k-pop and k-dramas influenced their fiction.
The #RomanceClass podcast had a tropetastic launch for season four with the launch of a short story anthology: The Tropetastic Kindness Bundle. It’s an anthology of romance stories written by #RomanceClass authors — and all proceeds of the sale will go to good causes such as disaster relief and livelihood programs for women and vulnerable communities.
We interview Ms. Dawn Lanuza, the author of the romance book The Boyfriend Backtrack, an excerpt of which is up on our #RomanceClass podcast.
Dawn Lanuza started writing stories when she was just a kid (they weren’t good or even finished). She works for the music industry by day and writes meet cutes and snappy comebacks by night. ‘The Boyfriend Backtrack’ is her first book. She currently lives with her family and an adopted dog.
We interview Ms. Six de los Reyes, the author of the romance book Just for the Record, an excerpt of which is up on our #RomanceClass podcast.
Six de los Reyes is an awkward kamote who writes better than she talks. She wrote Just for the Record and After the Moment.
In this episode:
Rachel Coates is Olivia
Gio Gahol is Nate
Olivia Nadal is an almost perfect girl with an almost perfect life. She has stunning good looks, an exciting job that pays well, men lining up to date her, and a homey little condo she calls her own. The only thing keeping her from perfection is her utter inability to cook.
Enter Nate Olivarez, a hotshot chef who’s filling in for Olivia’s cooking instructor. Sparks fly when they meet, but a fling with the visiting hottie is the last thing Olivia needs. But as things keep heating up in the kitchen, she can’t help but wonder. Can things work out between her and Nate? Or is the sizzle all set to fizzle?