Make Money Writing Romance Novels Step by Step: Online Course
Sample this Romance Writing Course
Make Money Writing Romance Novels!
Is Your Romance Hero Costing You Sales?
Description of this Romance Writing Course:
Do you want to make money writing Romance novels?
Then you must make readers fall in love with your hero. The problem is, men have been mystifying women for centuries. So how is a female writer supposed to create that all-important Romance hero if she doesn’t understand how men think?
This characterization course goes far beyond the nuts and bolts of choosing your Romance hero’s hair color. Through concrete writing examples, you’ll learn:
- How “real men” think, and what motivates their behavior;
- The psychology behind male/female communication;
- The positive and negative traits of Alpha and Beta personalities;
- How to write male/female point of view, dialogue, body language, and GMC (goal, motivation, and conflict;)
- How to develop complex, interesting, and memorable Romance novel characters; and
- Strategies for writing Romance heroes and heroines that modern-day readers can admire.
Length of this Romance Writing Course:
- This course teaches how to write all types of Romance novel characters: heroes, heroines, villains, and sidekicks. However, the emphasis is on writing Romance heroes that would be desirable for Harlequin-style or Avon-style books.
- Each lesson consists of pre-recorded videos and self-paced exercises. Allow at least 4 hours to complete this Romance writing course at your leisure. Once you purchase the class, you will have access to its materials for 6 months. (Graduates of this course are eligible for discounts on private coaching for their work-in-progress.)
Also Featured in This Romance Writing Course:
- Why Romance Novel Characters Shouldn’t Talk Like Real People
- When Your Hero Must Swear: Guidelines for Explicit Language in Romance Novels
- Long Live Evil: 10 Tips for Writing Villains in a Romance Novel
- Where to Source Sidekicks for Your Romance Novel Hero and Heroine
- 3 Non-Breakable Rules for Writing Romance Novel Sidekicks
- Memory Lane: Popular Alphas and Betas from Hollywood and TV
- Annotated Excerpts, featuring Award-winning Romance Novel Heroes & Heroines
- Best Practices for the Character Interview
- The WIP Organizer
- 3 Lessons
- 9 Practice Exercises
- 7 Course Extras
- 20-Question Quiz after each Lesson
- Certificate of Achievement
- Note: Students may purchase coaching, for feedback specific to their course assignments. Students may also customize a course package to save money and optimize learning.
You Should Take This Romance Writing Course If:
- Publishing professionals keep sending you canned rejection letters; OR
- Beta Readers (or customer reviewers) claim that your Romance novel characters are flat, weak, unlikable, or confusing; OR
- You’ve been accused of writing male / female stereotypes in your Romance novels; OR
- You don’t want your hero to read like a jerk, and your heroine to read like a wimp; OR
- Your story has been revised so many times that you’re bored or frustrated; OR
- You struggle to write witty, provocative, or humorous dialogue; OR
- You’d rather write about your sidekick (because your Romance hero isn’t as interesting;) OR
- Your goal is to write a variety of personality types (and eventually, a variety of fiction genres;) OR
- You’d like a better understanding of male behavior, male psychology, and male communication; OR
- Your strength is plotting, rather than characterization; OR
- You want to make money writing 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.
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