How to Write a Romance Novel: A Beginner's Guide to Getting It Written and Getting It Published

How to Write a Romance Novel A Beginner s Guide to Getting It Written and Getting It Published Do you have an idea for a romance story but don t know where to start How To Write a Romance Novel will show you how to get ideas shape them into a story that s unique and how to create memorable cha

  • Title: How to Write a Romance Novel: A Beginner's Guide to Getting It Written and Getting It Published
  • Author: Susan Palmquist
  • ISBN: 9781780994673
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Paperback
  • Do you have an idea for a romance story but don t know where to start How To Write a Romance Novel will show you how to get ideas, shape them into a story that s unique and how to create memorable characters It also covers two crucial aspects of the genre, emotion and sexual tension Whether you want to write for Mills and Boon Harlequin or pen erotic stories like FDo you have an idea for a romance story but don t know where to start How To Write a Romance Novel will show you how to get ideas, shape them into a story that s unique and how to create memorable characters It also covers two crucial aspects of the genre, emotion and sexual tension Whether you want to write for Mills and Boon Harlequin or pen erotic stories like Fifty Shades of Grey, How to Write a Romance will get you started and help you get published Susan Palmquist was born in London, England but now resides in the US She s been writing since the late 80s and is now a freelance writer, short story writer, blogger, and author Her first romance novel, A Sterling Affair was published by The Wild Rose Press Her work has also appeared in magazines and anthologies in both the US and UK Under her pen name, she s bestselling author Vanessa Devereaux As well as her writing career, she s also a tutor for Writers News Home Study Courses, and frequently teaches workshops through various chapters of the Romance Writers of America.

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    1. Rebecca Kershaw | The New Writer Bookshelf page.This is a beginner's guide to writing and publishing a romantic novel and at only 85 pages is very accessible. It's written in n informal, chatty style and the twelve chapters are all broken down into very short segments, with 'Things To Try' lists and summaries of the main points.It covers the expected topics such as characterisation, dialogue, point of view and sexual tension but without going into a great deal of detail. I was disappointed there [...]


    2. This beginner's guide barely touches on key topics. When it does, it often makes impassioned comments about how important they are, yet gives no examples. For instance, there is a chapter on POV, which touches on 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and omniscient. Then there's a long description about how invaluable Deep 3rd is, but it doesn't explain it in any great detail except that it's like being a method actor. Greatw I need a book that explains method acting, and another to tell me how to apply that to writin [...]


    3. I found it benignly unhelpful. Key writing concepts such as POV, emotion, and character are introduced and then given only the bare description before the author moves on to the next chapter. I believe the writing exercises were along the lines of "Dialogue is important. Try writing some dialogue."


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