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10 Steps to a Fab Job as a Romance Writer
If you have always believed your fantasies worthy of being read by millions, now is the time to start using your runaway imagination to your benefit. With thousands of romance novels being published each year, it is easier to get published today than it has ever been in the past.

Notes on Romance Publishing
On the top of popular fiction sits the often disrespected romance genre.

Writing Romances
Articles and information to help writers of romantic fiction.

How to Research Historical Fiction
Doing research for the historical novel can either be one of the most tedious jobs for a writer or one of the most enjoyable, besides writing the novel itself.

How to Write a Christian Romance Novel (Part 1)
Sandi Layne begins a series on how to write Christian Romance.

How to Write a Christian Romance Novel (Part 2)
Sandi Layne continues her series on writing Christian Romance with this article on using setting and character to keep readers involved.

How to Write a Christian Romance Novel (Part 3)
Plot development is the main topic of this installment of Sandi Layne's series on writing Christian Romance.

How to Write a Christian Romance Novel (Part 4)
The final installment of Sandi Layne's series on writing Christian Romance.

Writing Horror Fiction: A Writing Class Transcript
Transcript of an online class with author Jessica Page Morrell. From iVillage.com.