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3 How to write a romance comedy best-seller in 9 weeks. Romantic Fiction (How to write a romance best-seller in 9 weeks) Brian Morris

3 How to write a romance comedy best-seller in 9 weeks. Romantic Fiction (How to write a romance best-seller in 9 weeks)

Brian Morris

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This instruction book #3 in a series, is for people who want to write a romance novel. All successful romance novel writers started as novice writers – just like you.They learned their craft, some with the help of a writing tutor, while othersMoreThis instruction book #3 in a series, is for people who want to write a romance novel. All successful romance novel writers started as novice writers – just like you.They learned their craft, some with the help of a writing tutor, while others stumbled around and made all the usual mistakes. They lurched along, coping with frustration, until they eventually discovered precisely what is required to be successful in this genre.The purpose of this series of nine instruction books, (you can buy the complete instruction set in nine weekly parts), is to show you EXACTLY what to do and how to do them in the correct order.So in nine weeks from now you should have completed your first romance novel. You’ll be learning and doing at the same time.Yes, you can take longer if you need more time. Your journey of learning how to become a successful romance writer is not a race. Everyone learns at their own pace.Today you are stepping out on a voyage which will profoundly influence the rest of your life. Your decision to make a start is something to celebrate and enjoy.So how big is the romance books market?It’s huge. Every year 8,000 new romance titles are published. They constitute the largest share of the retail book market with revenue estimated at US$1,400,000,000. That’s $1.4 billion. Yes, writing romance books is a huge market.In the weeks ahead you will learn how to write a story which romance readers will enjoy. If they do enjoy it they will go looking for your second and third and tenth books. That is a wonderful feeling for any author. I enjoy that feeling! So will you.Whether you go traditional with printed paper books or modern with self published ebooks – is your choice. Either way you will be earning royalties from the books you write when readers buy them.But before you start counting your royalties, you have some writing to do.If we are both totally honest and realistic, your first romance novel will not be a best-seller. Sorry, the odds are against you. But here’s the good news: you are on your way. In nine weeks you will know more about writing romance novels than all the novice writers who stumble along without a plan.Even writers like J K Rowling and Nora Roberts > experienced rejections.Here’s a simple truth: writing with a plan beats writing without a plan.This series of nine lessons on How to write a romance novel that becomes a best-seller is derived from a correspondence course taught by famous New Zealand Institute of Business Studies. www.nzibs.co.nzThere is much to be said for having a New Zealand quality education and qualification. Normally such an education is only available to residents of that country. But now, through the Internet and ebooks you can learn from a New Zealand tutor wherever you live in the world.If you feel the need for assistance from a human writing tutor to guide you personally you are invited to apply for a place as a foreign student of the New Zealand Institute. You can do this from anywhere in the world.This is the Institute’s website:http://nzibs.co.nz/index.php?page=rom...But that is a decision you can make later, when you have gained maximum benefit from what is in your hands today.Introducing the heroineWhen you’ve completed this ebook / tutorial you will:• Know how to recognise the heroine• Know where to find classic romance movies• Know how to create character charts• Recognise character traits• Recognise the storyteller’s point of view&l