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  1. On Writing Romance: How to Craft a Novel That Sells by Leigh Michaels, 2007-01-30
  2. Writing a Romance Novel for Dummies by Leslie Wainger, 2004-05-07
  3. The Everything Guide to Writing a Romance Novel: From writing the perfect love scene to finding the right publisher--All you need to fulfill your dreams (Everything Series) by Christie Craig, Faye Hughes, 2008-09-17
  4. Writing the Christian Romance by Gail Gaymer Martin, 2007-12-20
  5. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Writing Erotic Romance by Alison Kent, 2006-09-05
  6. Writing the Great American Romance Novel by Catherine Lanigan, 2006-08-01
  7. Kate Walker's 12 Point Guide to Writing Romance (Studymates Writers Guides) by Kate Walker, 2008-07-30
  8. The Art of Romance Writing: Practical Advice from an International Bestselling Romance Writer by Valerie Parv, 2005-08-01
  9. Writing Romance by Vanessa Grant, 2007-04-30
  10. Love Writing: A Guide To Writing And Getting Your Romance Novel Published (Without Losing Your Perspective, Passion Or Sanity) by DePaul Virna, Weber Tawny, 2010-09-27
  11. Writing Romances: A Handbook by the Romance Writers of America by Romance Writers of America (Organization), 1997-03
  12. Passionate Ink: A Guide to Writing Erotic Romance by Angela Knight, 2007-04-06
  13. Writing: Targeting the Romance Market by Michelle Keefe, 2009-01-22
  14. How to Write Romances (Genre Writing) by Phyllis Taylor Pianka, 1998-07

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2. On Writing Romance
On Writing Romance. What readers are saying about ON WRITING ROMANCE This is the bible of romance! Gerene R.
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"This is the bible of romance!" Gerene R. "This is a superb book. I don't think I've ever learnt such a lot in such a short space of time and enjoyed it so much than when reading this. Each chapter takes one aspect of writing a novel, such as plotting, characterization, dialogue, love scenes, sexual tension etc. and explains it in easy to read language. Then she goes on to use excerpts from different authors, together with more explanation, to illustrate each point. I enjoyed it so much I just wanted to hole up somewhere and read the whole book straight through, soaking up every word. There's a lot of it (257 pages) and it's quite densely printed, but that doesn't make it difficult to read because the text is broken up by subtitles, bullet points and boxouts. As a novice writer myself I couldn't recommend it highly enough and will treasure my copy for many years to come." Lynn
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3. Writing Romance Novels: Harlequin And Beyond - Associated Content From Yahoo! -
The romance market is one field which truly welcomes new writers with open arms. With at least 2 new lines sizzling forth from Harlequin and small presses on the rise, this is
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What a Romance Novel Is
Romance novels fall into two distinct categories, which might not be obvious to the writer new to romance writing. The first is the category romance, which tends to work much like a series and often features sequentially numbered spines that place the books within a line. These lines release a specific number of books per month, tend to run the same page length and word count, and will deal with a specific theme; either a time period, particular setting, or common conflicts.
Either way that you go, though, the romance novel has a few undeniable things in common:
1. A heroine (who is the main character) and a hero
2. A critical situation
3. Plenty of conflict
4. Romantic encounters
5. A resolution to the critical situation (and, thus, the conflict)
6. A happy ending in which the reader can truly believe the hero and heroine will love each other forever

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    Reserve in-store: Not currently stocked in Blackwell shops. Ask your local shop to obtain this item for you. Buy used: available from Wishlist: Add Have you ever read a romance novel and thought "I could do that!" The romance novel industry is worth more than $1 billion a year, and this is the perfect guide to getting in on the action. "Writing Romance" is packed with expert information on everything you need to know - from creating a plot and believable characters, to editing and selling your manuscript. This fully revised and updated edition also offers advice on topics such as overcoming writers block, working with an agent, and writing novels in niche subjects. Easy-to-understand and reader friendly, this volume provides all the advice and information you need to realise your creative dream, and make money at the same time. ISBN

5. Writing Romance
Writers Magazine of WritersServices Writing romance . So you want to be a romance writer? You’ve made an interesting choice because, although a lot of people scoff at romance
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Writing romance
So you want to be a romance writer? You’ve made an interesting choice because, although a lot of people scoff at romance, it is the most stable genre of all and has continued to keep its faithful readers when other categories have changed radically and sometimes lost their audiences. Romance has changed a bit in recent years and embraced a more complex story, sometimes with more explicit sex in it, but essentially this is a category which marches on, providing happy endings, when all around it the world has changed. To an unusual degree which is not mirrored in any other category, the current romance category is ‘owned’ by one publisher, Harlequin Mills and Boon, with very little input from elsewhere, although the HarperCollins’Avon imprint, has been attempting to compete in both the US and the UK, with some success. When Gerald Mills and Charles Boon launched a little company with just £1,000 just over a hundred years ago, they can have had no idea of the industry they would spawn. Mills and Boon merged with Canadian romance publisher Harlequin in 1971 and was later bought out by Toronto-based conglomerate Torstar. These days Harlequin Mills and Boon publish romances in a remarkably commercial and effective way. Not hugely stocked in the shops, the books are bought as sets on a subscription model and vast numbers of copies go straight out to the faithful readers who subscribe to get their regular clutch of their favourite books.

6. On Writing Romance
This is a superb book. I don't think I've ever learnt such a lot in such a short space of time and enjoyed it so much than when reading this.
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"This is a superb book. I don't think I've ever learnt such a lot in such a short space of time and enjoyed it so much than when reading this. Each chapter takes one aspect of writing a novel, such as plotting, characterization, dialogue, love scenes, sexual tension etc. and explains it in easy to read language. Then she goes on to use excerpts from different authors, together with more explanation, to illustrate each point. I enjoyed it so much I just wanted to hole up somewhere and read the whole book straight through, soaking up every word. There's a lot of it (257 pages) and it's quite densely printed, but that doesn't make it difficult to read because the text is broken up by subtitles, bullet points and boxouts. As a novice writer myself I couldn't recommend it highly enough and will treasure my copy for many years to come."
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7. Writing Romance Fiction - LoveToKnow Business
Writing Romance Fiction. Have you ever read a romance novel and said, I can do this! I can write romance fiction. Most authors have. Most, if not all, romance authors started out
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8. Resources For Romance Writers
Sample query letter and synopsis for romance writers with hints on writing both, along with a list of writer s books, and links to resources for writers.
http://www.charlottedillon.com/WritingRomance.html
I 've tried to make this site as helpful as I could. Everything here is put
together to help other romance authors learn the ropes, improve their
writing, promote their writing, stay in touch with other writers, or just keep
on writing. I hope it's easy to find your way around the site and that you
come back often to visit.
I try to check the links on these pages from time to time, but there are so
many pages and so many links, and websites often go down quickly and
without warning, so please forgive any broken links you find.
Happy writing, best wishes and hugs from one struggling writer to another,
Charlotte Dillon
Information about my writing and me. There are links to my blog, recipes, puzzles, and even a free e-cookbook I put together with other authors. Hope you drop by. Helpful sites for writers are listed here, including grammar sites, free program downloads, writing how-to sites, and more. Books on writing, grammar, and more, as well as magazines and programs for writers. Links to books, websites, naming sites, and articles. You'll find about everything you need to build characters on these pages, including a free and very detailed character

9. Writing-World.com: Romance
Writing Romance. The Basics of Romance Building Humor into Your Romance Anne M. Marble Clich s to Avoid Or Reconstruct - Anne M. Marble Conflict and Resolution in the Romance
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Conflict and Resolution in the Romance Novel - Linda Shertzer
Conflicted About Conflict? - Anne M. Marble
Foreshadowing and Suspense - Anne M. Marble
How not to Yank Your Reader Out of the Story! - Anne M. Marble
Research Flaws in Romance Novels - Anne M. Marble
Romance Plots from the Classics - Anne M. Marble
Seduce Your Reader with the Perfect Title! - Anne M. Marble
Story-Starters: Ten Ways to Jump-Start Your Plot - Anne M. Marble
When (and How) To Break the Rules - Anne M. Marble
Writing Emotional Scenes Without Melodrama - Anne M. Marble
Writing Romantic Dialogue - Anne M. Marble
Creating Great Characters
Creating Great Heroes and Heroines - Anne M. Marble
Don't Treat Your Characters Like Puppets! - Anne M. Marble
How Not to Create a Villain - Anne M. Marble

10. Writing Romance - Country Magazine
Country in Any Country Country magazine Deborah Vogts, author of Snow Melts in Spring and Seeds of Summer, lives in southeast Kansas, where her family trains American
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11. Kate Moore
Reading and writing the romance, featuring an excerpt and reviews for her latest novel, A Prince Among Men, and information about the art of writing romance.
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I love to hear your comments; you can email me at kate@katemoore.com Follow me on Facebook Home Coming Soon Meet Kate Sons of Sin ... Writing Romance

12. Romance Fiction Factor - Romance Writing Tips For Romance Novel Writers
romance Writing tips, articles on romance fiction writing, writing romance, write romance, romance fiction, romantic fiction, romance novel writer, write romance books
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13. Writing Romance - Five More Tips
Good Romance relies on good characters. We need to believe in them. They should be strong and complex enough for us to identify with them. Here are five important writing tips
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14. Dr. Michelle: TV Relationship Expert Dr. Michelle Callahan Is Your Relationship,
TV relationship expert and life coach. Coaches, speaks and writes about romance, dating and marriage.
http://www.drmichelle.com

15. How To Write A Romance Novel | EHow.com
Tools for Writing Romance Novels; How to Write a Kissing Scene in a Romance Novel; How to Create an Inspirational Romance Novel; How to Establish a Writing Schedule for a Romance Novel
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By an eHow Contributor I want to do this! What's This? "Know the romance market," says Sheri McGregor, author of "Under One Roof." Romance novels made up more than 50 percent of mass market fiction sold in 1997. "Read in the genre and find where you think your story ideas fit. Get the guidelines. Then write your story with the market in mind, without letting go of your story's heart," McGregor says. Difficulty: Challenging
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16. Writing Romance | EHarlequin.com Community
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Suspense author; writes romance novels under the pseudonyms Pat Van Wie and Patricia Keelyn. Excerpts, news, articles, schedule of appearances and photo gallery are presented.
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18. Romance Writing Secrets - How To Write A Romance Novel
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Dreaming of Writing the Next Great American Romance?
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Welcome to Secrets of a Great Romance, a website devoted to helping you write an absolutely unforgetable romance novel! If you love romances, you probably don't need me to tell you that romance fiction now makes up more than half of all mass-market novels sold , with over 2,000 new titles released each and every year! If you've ever finished a great romance and thought, "Hey, I could write one of these!" there has never been a better time than the present to fulfill your dreams. Throughout this site, you will get a greater understanding of what it takes to write a great romancehow to create unforgettable characters, write love scenes that leave your readers breathless, and create a plot that keeps them turning the pages all night. Whether you consider yourself an experienced author or a writing novice, your novel will benefit enormously from these "tricks of the trade," insider knowlegde that will quickly move you from blank paper to the best-seller list!
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19. Writing Romance Fiction - RN Book Show - 21 January 2010
There's a belief in the writing business that romance fiction is easy, that you just write to a formula, send in your manuscript and then it's published! Publishers get sent
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    Writing romance fiction
    download audio Valerie Parv There's a belief in the writing business that romance fiction is easy, that you just write to a formula, send in your manuscript and then it's published! Publishers get sent thousands of romance manuscripts each year but only a small number ever make it into print. A new collection of essays by romance fiction writers, Heart and Craft , gives advice on how to write steamy sex scenes and keep the story moving along.
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    This transcript was typed from a recording of the program. The ABC cannot guarantee its complete accuracy because of the possibility of mishearing and occasional difficulty in identifying speakers. Ramona Koval : There's a belief in the writing business that romance fiction is easy, that you just write to a formula, send in your manuscript and then it's published. Well, wrong. Writing a sex scene is all about timing, even that swashbuckling, womanising master Norman Mailer had trouble with it. He's written some pretty bad sex scenes and lucky for him he wasn't a romance writer because in romance fiction if you don't nail it you won't have readers lining up for your next instalment. Publishers get sent thousands of romance manuscripts each year but only a small number ever make it into print. Valerie Parv and Alexis Fleming are both successful romance writers. Valerie has edited a collection of essays by romance writers on how to write and how to get your fiction published. The book is called

20. Writing Romance
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Romance Writing " The romance market is the most interesting and lucrative field in publishing today. New windows of opportunity have opened to talented writers with persistence and determination. Prolific authors who consider themselves storytellers, rather than literary greats with an inclination to change the world, often resent the analysis of a commercial endeavor. Romance novelists are entertainers. They write from the heart with inspiration and hope. Scholars who try to decipher their words usually fail. The message of the romance novel is not a complicated one. It is above all else a love story. Complications set in when a critic examines the various types of romance, its categories and sub-genres."

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