But despite all those things people tend to say about romance, reading it has made me a fundamentally better author, both in and out of the genre. These books are often escapist and fantastical, yes, but I have taken many important writing skills and themes away from them. Here are just a few.
If you do find yourself in the midst of more than one long-term project at a time, here are a few tips and tricks for keeping all the books in the air.
If I were to explore one topic that ultimately ended up at the core of the story, it is this: Romance is a reflection of the world around it.
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Well, this is it. This is the part of being a writer that sucks so much worse than the movies show. This part hurts.
I sat down with Liz Crowe to chat writing, modern politics, personal piercings and her new release, Firebrew!
It’s hard not to notice that one side of my family’s history is far more represented in the romance novel.