Romance novels sell 2X more than Mystery, and 3X more than Science Fiction and Fantasy.
If you want to cash in on this worldwide phenomenon, you need to write a compelling, boy-meets-girl story with all the elements that Romance readers want and expect. Otherwise, you’ll be wasting your time—and your marketing dollars.
For instance, do you know:
When a love scene is nothing more than story bloat?
The 7 plotting pitfalls that guarantee “no sale?”
The best place in your plot for your hero to speak the L-Word?
The 6 warning signs that your story is doomed to fall apart?
The sneaky ways to end chapters, so readers turn the page?
The only Romance subgenre in which a sequel might not bomb?
How to plant the seeds for a successful spin-off novel?
This is a video course with self-paced exercises. Allow at least 4 hours to complete this 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.)
Also Featured in this Course:
The 10 Steps to Plotting a Commercial Romance Novel
Workshop: How to Structure a Must-Read Chapter
Workshop: How to Put the “Thrill” in Action Scenes
The 7 Elements of Happiness: Plotting through Psychology
The Romance Blueprint (a reusable, scene-building template)
7 Practice Exercises
6 Course Extras
20-Question Quiz after each Lesson
Certificate of Completion
You Should Take This Course If:
Romance publishers keep rejecting your manuscripts; OR
Reviews for your published books haven’t been flattering; OR
Editors have asked you to cut entire scenes from your manuscript; OR
You’ve been told that your plot is slow, weak, contrived, or confusing, OR
Your action scenes tend to drag; OR
You don’t know the difference between a Climax and a Resolution; OR
You’ve never heard of “Narrative Structure;” OR
You’re much better at developing characters than plots; OR
You’re looking for a reliable, step-by-step formula to make plotting easier; OR
You’re not sure how to develop a spin-off novel; OR
Your story arc isn’t “big enough” to support an entire series.
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.
Thank you for your insights. I really had no idea why my manuscripts kept getting rejected. Now I have a direction and a plan of action. I would definitely recommend this (class) to anyone who wants to break into the (Romance) writing business.
William Saurisen, Jr. Aspiring Romance Author
I’ve taken a lot of fiction-writing courses from a lot of published authors, but this was the best class I’ve ever had. Adrienne has given us the tools to be successful.
L.J. TompkinsAspiring Romance Author
I can’t wait to make the revisions you suggested and send my 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.
Terri HollisterAspiring Romance Author
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? This class is worth every penny, and Adrienne’s manuscript critiques are worth their weight in gold!
JP CoyleAspiring Author
My best friend can’t stop talking about your classes. Thanks to your manuscript critique, she just became a finalist in the first writing contest she ever entered. That was enough to convince me to sign up!
Jeni CarlisleAspiring Author
Adrienne is excellent at teaching the commercial aspects of writing. I had an author come to us with a novel that was not commercially viable. I sent her to Adrienne for coaching. This author came back with a phenomenal re-write. The book was just recently released and is pulling excellent reviews, averaging 4.6 stars at Amazon.
Brian W. Paules, PublisherePublishing Works
Not only has Adrienne written successful Romance novels, she has mastered the skills for helping other writers succeed. Through her keen insights, my current manuscript has been refined into the type of work that shines. Thank you, Adrienne, for helping me become a (bestselling) author!
E.C. Stilson#1 Bestselling Author
In my fiction writing, Adrienne pinpointed weak areas quickly and offered excellent suggestions for improvement, which helped me get my first publication credit in an anthology of short stories. Adrienne is a wonderful, inspiring writing coach and teacher.
Urania Fung, English ProfessorTarrant County College