"Write as you speak," says Maeve Binchy, author of Tara Road (Delacorte)
Beloved chick-lit author Marian Keyes believes there's no shame in a happy ending. As someone who's seen her share of the dark side, she's earned a happy ending of her own.
You Can Write a Romance combines the skills of award-winning author Rita Clay Estrada and renowned instructor Rita Gallagher, the esteemed "First Ladies" of the Romance Writers of America. Together, they''ll show you how to take your story from idea to completed manuscript to signed book deal even if you''ve never tried to...
"I can't explain it, but I know if a scene is right or wrong. I know it. It's a visual thingit's how the words look on the page, it's how the sentences sound.
Guide your writing ways with these 10 rules thou must not break.
by Raymond Obstfeld
Telling the story is the most important element when Nora Roberts begins a new romance novel.
If you stay true to your voice, this successful romance writer says, you'll find those rules aren't etched in stone.
Just a sampling of the many opportunities that exist for you the romance writer.