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How to Write a Romance and Get it Published
by Kathryn Falk (Editor)
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0451165314, Mass Market Paperback)When Kathryn Falk's How to Write a Romance and Get It Published was updated in 1990, sales of romance novels comprised 25 percent of all paperback book sales in the U.S. Seven years later, the percentage has nearly doubled and the market for romantic fiction continues to expand.
Although many changes have taken place in romance writing since the book was revised, How to Write a Romance and Get it Published still provides an informative overview of the field, including definitions of the subgenres of romance, editorial guidelines for a variety of publishers, and tips on researching, plotting, writing, and marketing your novel. Included in this edition are essays by a number of noted romance writers, including Jude Deveraux, Roberta Gellis, Jayne Ann Krentz, Carole Nelson Douglas, and Bertrice Small.
How to Write a Romance and Get It Published remains a useful resource, especially for the novice writer looking for a concise overview of this important field.
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:26 -0400)
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