What kind of stories do you write?

Stories just seem to pop into my head and they don’t fall into one genre or troupe but they are all romance. I write stories that I want to read myself so they all have a strong heroine, lots of action and a plot full of twists and turns.

How can I find out more about you?

Aside from this website you can follow me on Twitter under the handle @JanetteGellar and on GoodReads. I hope to join more social media platforms soon.

What is the Romance and Carrying On Podcast about?

I love reading romance novels. I can fall into a fake dating story just as easily as a friends to lovers story as long as the guy gets the girl in the end. I also found that with the growing indie author industry I was missing out on a lot of really good stories because they never even hit my radar so I wanted to create a place to discuss great stories and great authors no matter if they’re traditionally published or indie published. If it’s a great story I want to know about it and spread the word so others can read it too.

That being said on the Romance and Carrying on Podcast we also discuss issues within the romance book genre. I want to celebrate author wins and also discuss the issues that matter to you, the listeners, so feel free to connect with me on social media.

How can my book be reviewed on the Romance and Carrying On Podcast?

You can simply reach out on social media or by email at Janette.gellar@gmail.com. Make sure to make your subject line Book Review so I can easily see it. Tell me a little about your book, the publication date and if you’d like to be interviewed as part of the podcast. This podcast doesn’t review YA and New Adult is decided based on a story by story basis. If I like the story I’ll ask for a sample chapter.

This podcast wants to share good stories with the Romance reading community so if I DNF or can’t give at least 3 stars I’m not going to put it in a book review but it can be mentioned in another episode covering industry themes. I also understand that ARC copies aren’t always completely done so I won’t mention any spelling/punctuation etc. faux pas that I see.