In bookselling today, romance is the bestselling genre in the market. This book offers writers expert guidance for creating stories that will captivate readers and get the attention of publishers.'
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By a noted romance author ( Midsummer Madness), this nuts-and-bolts introduction to the craft of romance writing provides checklists and charts for character, dialogue, and plot; how-to's on writing synopses and doing research; quotes from writers and editors; writing exercises; and a list of 53 reasons why a manuscript might be rejected. Providing a host of examplesnot only from her own booksshe points the student writer toward "essential reading." While cautioning the incipient romance writer that one is unlikely to write good romances if one does not enjoy reading them, she presents an enlightening guide for those who do. F.R. Lewis, Albany P.L., N.Y.
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