LGBT romance writers are making a splash at big romance conventions like RT. Thanks to the combined efforts of members of RWA's Rainbow Romance Writers chapter, LGBT romance publishers, and some open-minded ...
Entrepreneur Creates Publishing Powerhouse With Niche Romance Novels Small Business Trends Jaid Black aka Tina Engler of Ellora's Cave Tina Engler didn't set out to start a multimillion dollar publishing company when she began writing romance...
I'm unusual amongst my writerly friends - you see, I LIKE writing the synopsis. In fact, I typically write a synopsis after my "zero" draft to help me find the plot holes and start the revision process.
I know, I know - I am strange. But then, I warned you, right? What's even more strange? I like crafting SHORT synopses - ones that average 2 pages or less, no matter how long the novel.
Before you call the insane asylum, how about I share my tricks for writing them...trust me, follow these guidelines and you, too, may use the synopsis as a way of highlighting your story and finding the plot holes.
My current position is at The Seattle Public Library, but for the record, I am not speaking or writing officially on behalf of that library. I'm here to talk about how readers can work with their libraries to get what they want to read on the ...
Since we’re always thinking about books, we’ve collected ten wonderful literary LGBT romances to get you in the mood. From aching first love to rambunctious adulthood, this list offers something for everyone, regardless of gender or sexual preference. Heartbreak — like disease, love, and death — doesn’t care if you’re hetero-normative or not. It’s just part of the rollercoaster human experience. So, break out your vinyl of Elliot Smith’s XO, and get your tissues ready — or look forward to spring flings, and revel in human sexuality.
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