Calling All Romance Readers – And Writers

Deep in the heart of every person who loves a good romance novel is the desire to write one of her own. But the process of writing a novel can seem daunting, not to mention the steps to get published. Is there a formula to the plot of a romance novel? How long should it be? Do I need an agent? How do I submit my manuscript to a publisher? Okay, so I’m published, but now what? These questions and more will be answered by a panel of experts: romance writers themselves in a special FREE online event presented by Crimson Romance. Attend On Writing Romance: Getting to the Heart of Creating a Romance Novel and join Leigh Michaels, author of On Writing Romance; Jennifer Lawler, Imprint Manager of Crimson Romance; Kristina Knight, author of What a Texas Girl Wants; and Karen Sue Burns, author of In Hot Pursuit, for a FREE webinar that will discuss writing and publishing a successful romance novel from start to finish.
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Deep in the heart of every person who loves a good romance novel is the desire to write one of her own. But the process of writing a novel can seem daunting, not to mention the steps to get published. Is there a formula to the plot of a romance novel? How long should it be? Do I need an agent? How do I submit my manuscript to a publisher? Okay, so I’m published, but now what? These questions and more will be answered by a panel of experts: romance writers themselves in a special FREE online event presented by Crimson Romance. Attend On Writing Romance: Getting to the Heart of Creating a Romance Novel and join Leigh Michaels, author of On Writing Romance; Jennifer Lawler, Imprint Manager of Crimson Romance; Kristina Knight, author of What a Texas Girl Wants; and Karen Sue Burns, author of In Hot Pursuit, for a FREE webinar that will discuss writing and publishing a successful romance novel from start to finish.

To attend, simply register online at the link below:

https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/813461089

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