The Popular Romance Project
With Jayne Ann Krentz
Posted on January 31, 2013
Author Jayne Ann Krentz believes that romance rests on core archetypes that remain unchanged.
Topics: Writing Romance
With Leanna Renee Hieber
Posted on January 29, 2013
Leanna Renee Hieber reads at Lady Jane’s Salon.
Topics: Romance Community
By Lauren Willig
Posted on January 24, 2013
How do publishers decide genre labels? The Secret History of the Pink Carnation is and isn’t historical romance, chick lit, and literary fiction.
Topics: Selling Romance | Writing Romance
With Jessica Andersen
Posted on January 22, 2013
Jessica Andersen describes how authors’ worlds can be based on research, personal experience, and pure imagination.
With Eric Selinger
Posted on January 17, 2013
Paranormal romance gives writers and readers the chance to look at big issues too hard to touch in realistic fiction.
Topics: Romance Scholarship
With Darlene Clark Hine
Posted on January 15, 2013
Romance novels encourage literacy in a unique way, says scholar Darlene Clark Hine.
By Kim Gallon
Posted on January 10, 2013
Long before the first African American romance novel, African American romance stories abounded in the black press.
Posted on January 8, 2013
Historical romance helps reclaim history as the stories of individuals says scholar Darlene Clark Hine.
With Eloisa James
Posted on January 3, 2013
At the 2012 National Book Festival, Eloisa James shared how she began writing romance.
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