Romance: Page: 2

This is page 2 of the Romance posts on Wruters Write.


  • Nora Robert's Secret Weapon: a Guilty Conscience (2006-09-29): Bestselling author Nora Roberts discusses her legendary work ethic.

  • The Business of Writing Romance (2006-08-02): The Associated Press has an interesting report about the recent Romance Writers of America convention.

  • Julia Quinn and the Original E-Books (2006-06-10): Embracing the digital book revolution are HarperCollins and bestselling romance author Julia Quinn.

  • Batwoman Returns...As A Lipstick Lesbian (2006-05-30): The BBC reports that Batwoman is poised for a big comeback as a lipstick lesbian.

  • Why Do Plagiarists Do It? (2006-04-28): Now that How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild and Got a Life by Kaavya Viswanathan has been yanked from the bookshelves because of the author's blatant plagiarism of Megan McCafferty's work, Jack Shafer of Slate examines the question of why people plagiarize.

  • Reading Blogs to Get Lucky (2006-03-14): Can reading blogs improve your sex life? That's the gist of this article from Can West which cites a recent Ad Age article.

  • Match the Author With the Love Scene (2006-02-14): In celebration of Valentine's Day, we're sharing question #24 from GQ magazine's new quiz about Vice President Dick Cheney entitled "You Don't Know Dick.

  • Barbara Delinsky Goes Back to Peyton Place (2005-07-13): New York Times bestselling author Barbara Delinsky is returning to Peyton Place.

  • Russell Crowe and The Starter Wife (2005-05-31): Rush & Malloy dish about yet another star-studded book party for Gigi Levangie Grazer's novel The Starter Wife (Simon and Schuster).

  • A Conversation With Marjorie M. Liu (2005-05-01): Majorie Liu talks paranormal romance, fantasy/sf, fan-fictoin, Tiger Eye, book signings, blogging, Clarion, X-Men and more in this in-depth interview.

  • Don Quixote 400 Years Later (2005-02-11): Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes, first published in 1605, is still very popular today and is often being remade as a film or play.

  • Nora Roberts' Irish Adventure (2005-02-09): You would think that with now having 280 million books in print, that uber-romance author Nora Roberts wouldn't have time to blog about her vacations.

  • Nine Tips For Aspiring Romance Writers (2005-02-01): Bestselling romance author Claire Delacroix shares nine tips for aspiring romance writers looking to get published.

  • Hundreds of Missing Barbara Cartland Unpublished Manuscripts Discovered (2004-11-16): Not to put any pressure on you or anything, but it appears that romance novelist and legend Barbara Cartland is still publishing several books a year -- even though she passed away four years ago.

  • Christian Singles Titles are Hot, Hot, Hot (2004-07-21): One of the hottest trends in self-help books is helping Christian singles navigate the world of dating.

  • 2004 Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest Winner Announced (2004-07-20): 42-year old software developer Dave Zobel of Manhattan Beach, California, won the 2004 Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest which celebrates bad writing with a real stunner: A very moving entry.

  • A Conversation With Stephanie Laurens (2004-04-01): In 1997, Australian romance author Stephanie Laurens burst upon the American romance scene with the publication of Captain Jack's Woman (Avon), a historical romance which pushed the boundaries of the genre.

  • A Conversation With Laura Caldwell (2003-03-01): Novelist Laura Caldwell was born in Chicago and raised in Crystal Lake, Illinois.

  • A Conversation With Jayne Ann Krentz (2002-12-01): As a little girl, she loved to read adventure stories, such as The Black Stallion by Walter Farley, mystery stories starring girl sleuth Nancy Drew and science fiction by SF great Robert Heinlein.

  • A Conversation With Julie Ortolon (2002-07-01): Bestselling romance novelist Julie Ortolon never dreamed of being an author when she was a girl.