The Popular Romance Project
By An Goris
Posted on August 30, 2012
The preview scene at the front of a romance novel spotlights how an author makes genre conventions her own.
Topics: Selling Romance
By Kay Mussell
Posted on August 23, 2012
Why would an author choose self-publishing over working with agents and publishers?
Topics: Selling Romance | Writing Romance
By Chryssa Sharp
Posted on August 16, 2012
The Johari Window, a psychologists’ tool, can chart the stages in which heroes and heroines open up to each other in romances.
Topics: Romance Scholarship
By Gwendolyn Osborne
Posted on August 14, 2012
Romance novels usually star young women, but what about older readers?
By Lindsay Hayes
Posted on August 9, 2012
Scholar Lindsay Hayes first fell in love with true love with The Princess Bride.
By Elizabeth Essex
Posted on August 7, 2012
How does a historical novel bridge the line between total fact and fantasy expectation? Elizabeth Essex explains how she compromises.
Topics: Writing Romance
By Len Barot
Posted on August 2, 2012
It’s not the same as writing! Len Barot explains the different mindset required for editing a romance anthology.
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