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How to Write Wildly Popular Romances gives you the insider knowledge you need to write Romance novels that sell. Written by Adrienne deWolfe, a fiction-writing instructor and winner of the Best Historical Romance of the Year Award, this ebook helps aspiring authors understand why Romance novels have dominated adult paperback fiction for more than 30 years in a worldwide market that tops $1.36 billion in annual sales.

You’ll learn what avid Romance readers look for in a love story, and why book editors reject certain manuscripts. Featured in this book are descriptions of the Romance genre’s 14 bestselling story archetypes and the eight plot taboos that are prohibited in most Romance novels.

"How to Write Wildly Popular Romances" is Book I in Adrienne deWolfe’s ebook series, "The Secrets to Getting Your Romance Novel Published." To learn more, visit deWolfe’s website, WritingNovelsThatSell.com.

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