The Popular Romance Project
By Eloisa James
Posted on February 28, 2013
That first year as a published writer is just as awkward as the first year of teenagerhood, says Eloisa James.
Topics: Writing Romance
With Darlene Clark Hine
Posted on February 26, 2013
Modern African American romances answer a yearning as old as the scars left by slavery.
Topics: Romance Scholarship
By Joan Marlow Golan
Posted on February 21, 2013
Add a faith element to a sweet romance novel, and you have inspirational romance.
With Debbie Kaufman
Posted on February 18, 2013
Author Debbie Kaufman says the modern inspirational romance is more than just a sermon on the page.
With Romance Authors
Posted on February 14, 2013
How did your favorite romance authors first find the genre?
Topics: Romance Community
With Deeanne Gist
Posted on February 12, 2013
In historical romances, the clothing may not make the man or woman, but it can speak volumes.
Topics: Romance Community | Writing Romance
With William Gleason
Posted on February 7, 2013
Do great romantic stories historically require “happily ever after”? “No,” says scholar William Gleason.
By Pamela Regis
Posted on February 5, 2013
Pamela Regis knew that romance-writing courses belonged at the graduate level.
Topics: Teaching Romance | Writing Romance
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