Writing Romance: Online, On-Demand Courses
Sample this Romance Writing Course:
What Makes a Sexy Romance Hero?
The Answer May Surprise You…
Description of this Romance Writing Course:
Contrary to popular belief, sexy Romance heroes aren’t written to seduce the heroine. They’re written to seduce the reader!
In this PG-rated course, you’ll learn how to:
- Elevate your Romance hero above the mind-numbing cliché of the muscle-bound hottie
- Escalate sexual and emotional tension to keep the sparks flying between your Romance heroine and hero
- Develop sensual language that moves Romance readers emotionally
- Apply 8 simple strategies to write powerful love scenes in Romance novels
In addition, you’ll learn how to enthrall readers with male Romance characters:
- Mouth-watering Good Boys
- Deliciously naughty Bad Boys, and
- The yummiest heartthrob of all: the Hybrid Hero!
(Note: This Romance writing course prepares students to write sensual heat, which is a requirement of many publisher imprints, including Harlequin Desire and Avon Historical Romance.)
Length of this Romance Writing Course:
- This course consists of on-demand videos and self-paced exercises. Allow at least 4 hours to complete the lessons at your leisure.
- Once you purchase this Romance writing course, you will have access to its materials for 6 months. (Graduates of this course are eligible for discounts on private coaching.)
Also Featured in this Romance Writing Course:
- Reader Survey: What Makes a Romance Hero Desirable
- 50 Ways to Give Good Boys, Bad Boys, and Hybrid Heroes Sex Appeal
- Workshop: How to Escalate Your Romance Hero’s Emotion (in a believable and lovable way)
- Workshop: How to Write Sultry Seduction Scenes in Romance Novels
- Workshop: How to Write a Steamy “Battle of the Sexes” between Romance Heroines and Heroes
- How to Redeem “Tarnished” Romance Heroes
- How to Approach Humor in the Bedroom
- How to Address Safe Sex in Historical & Contemporary Romance Novels
- 4 Writing Taboos that Will Make Readers Hate Your Romance Hero
- 2 Emotional Intelligence Charts (that will help you write “shades” of emotion for your Romance characters)
- 3 Lessons
- 7 Practice Exercises
- 5 Course Extras
- 20-Question Quiz after each Lesson
- Certificate of Completion
You Should Take This Romance Writing Course If:
- Your self-published Romance novels do not consistently receive 4-star ratings on Amazon; OR
- Publishing professionals reject your manuscript based on your Romance heroine’s stagnant (or unbelievable) relationship with the hero; OR
- Beta Readers warn that your sexy Romance hero reads like a tyrant (or worse, like a lecher;) OR
- Scenes between the hero and heroine lack sufficient emotional or sexual tension to keep Romance readers interested; OR
- Your Romance heroine is too dominant (or too snarky) for your “Good Boy” hero; OR
- You failed to redeem your “Bad Boy” hero in a way that satisfies Romance readers; OR
- The love scenes in your Romance novel are too tame (or too explicit) for your subgenre; OR
- You’ve been accused of writing gratuitous sex in your Romance novels; OR
- You’re seeking new ways to write sexy, humorous, or charismatic Romance heroes; OR
- You learn best by watching a teacher “workshop” Romance writing examples; OR
- You need to improve your analytical skills so you can self-edit your sexy Romance novels.
Say Howdy to Your Instructor!
Texas resident, Adrienne deWolfe, has written six #1 bestselling Romance novels for Bantam, Avon, and ePublishing Works. Her books have earned a variety of distinctions, including the Best Historical Romance of the Year Award. She has taught commercial fiction to sell-out audiences at a local college, and she has led numerous writing workshops at national conventions.
I can’t wait to make the revisions you suggested and send my manuscript proposal back to (a Legacy Publisher.) I really feel like I’m on track to getting published this time! And I couldn’t have done it without you.
So excited! Got an agent! Adrienne is a top-notch-teacher.
Finally. A writer who knows how to teach without boring the class to tears. Sure, you might be able to get your book published without Adrienne’s help, but why play “The Struggling Writer Game” when you’ve got a first-class professional to teach you the ropes?
Adrienne has given us the tools to be successful.
I asked Adrienne to critique and line edit my first short erotic romance. Her insights, suggestions and techniques made my story much richer. I’m now applying everything I learned from Adrienne to my (bestselling novels.) I really appreciate her advice and encouragement and would not hesitate to recommend her to anyone who would like to improve their writing.
Thank you for your critique. It was very useful. You taught me more in this email than I learned in 9 months of the (critique) club I was in.
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