The Popular Romance Project
By Eric Selinger
Posted on October 25, 2012
Anywhere you go, someone will tell you their city, region, or country knows the most about love and romance, says scholar Eric Selinger.
Topics: Romance Scholarship
By Sandra Schwab
Posted on October 23, 2012
Historical romance author Sandra Schwab shares her favorite research books.
Topics: Writing Romance
By Crystal Anderson
Posted on October 18, 2012
Not every couple in Korean dramas has a happy ending. At least, not by American standards, says scholar Crystal S. Anderson.
Topics: Beyond the Novel | Romance Scholarship
By Jayashree Kamble
Posted on October 11, 2012
Do modern shapeshifting alpha heroes add to an old tradition of shapeshifting in stories, or are they something new?
By Carolyn Jewel
Posted on October 9, 2012
Have you ever been told to ‘write what you know’? Author Carolyn Jewel explains why it’s horrible advice.
By Jack Elliot
Posted on October 4, 2012
Word choices, even subtle ones, can give away a novel’s country of origin.
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