Advice for Writing Romance Novels that Appeal to Readers

The romance genre is one of the most popular in the fiction category because readers enjoy witnessing the uplifting stories that pull at their heartstrings: love at first sight, developing relationships, forbidden romances, and love-hate dramas. But, just because a story contains some romantic elements doesn't mean it's purely a romance novel. And, just because a story takes place in a fantastical world doesn't mean it can't have romantic elements woven in. In this collection of interviews, romance authors (including bestselling authors Susan Mallery and Bella Andre) and publishing experts explain how to make romantic elements work in a story, and how to keep readers of this genre fully engaged. 

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