The Popular Romance Project
With William Gleason
Posted on April 29, 2013
In the 19th century, publishers began printing “story papers.” Some stories ended with an HEA, but others ended in insanity, tragedy, and regret!
Topics: Beyond the Novel | Romance Scholarship | Selling Romance
By Lexie O'Neill
Posted on April 23, 2013
Lexie O’Neill began writing and submitting romance novels 10 years ago. She shares advice for those waiting to find a publisher.
Topics: Writing Romance
With Debbie Kaufman
Posted on April 15, 2013
Reading and writing let author Debbie Kaufman experience a “number of different lives.”
With Nalini Singh
Posted on April 11, 2013
Writing a romance set in India means shifting what romance means and looks like away from the U.S. cultural norm, says author Nalini Singh.
By Eloisa James
Posted on April 9, 2013
We know what sounds ‘manly’ in the modern day. But, Eloisa James asks, how do you write a man talking to other men in historical settings?
With Kristan Higgins
Posted on April 4, 2013
Author Kristan Higgins grew up in a small town and uses that experience to inform her contemporary romance novels.
With Eric Selinger
Posted on April 2, 2013
Why do we read and write paranormal romance? Scholar Eric Selinger suggests it lets us remove everyday social restraints.
Topics: Romance Scholarship
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