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Six Ideas For Your First Romantic Fiction Novel

Romantic fiction is such a large genre within the fiction writing world that is it split into several individual sub-genres. Here are six ideas for your first (or next) romantic fiction novel: * Period romance. These are set in a distinct period of history – for example, the American Civil War, World War II, Georgian or Victorian (all of which are incredibly popular). Bone up on your history before you plot your plot! * Suspense. With these your story is played out amidst a tense background, perhaps involving crime or a thriller, or even supernatural or science-fiction. * Young adult,

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How to Write Romantic Fiction

Tips to help you get started writing and selling romantic fiction If you’re interested in writing romantic fiction there are lots of good reasons why you should give it a try. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of writing romantic stories. *It’s a very, very big market. Around a quarter of all fiction books published are in the romance genre. * There’s a lot of demand for more romantic fiction – there are plenty of publishers and many need new books to publish new books every week. * You can make it big as a romantic fiction

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How To Get Started Writing A Novel

So you fancy writing a novel? Do you think you have what it takes to write a novel? If you fancy having a go at writing a novel …. and maybe even writing a best seller …. here are a few things to bear in mind before you start. Choose a genre Novels are heavily categorised by genre. Apart from anything else it makes them easier to market and sell. Publishers publish by genre and, generally, readers buy by genre. So choose your genre. For example, will it be a crime novel or even a thriller? Will it be romantic

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