If you stare at the page, wondering where to start
Even though editors and critique partners will take great pains pointing out what isn't quite working in your romance novel, these are usually symptoms of a deeper, underlying cause.
The truth is that the structure of your romantic conflict and the emotional intensity of your novel is often what is letting you down. In other words: a tight, clean plot would turn your book around.
If you get the structure right, then you'll find your romance novel virtually writes itself. No saggy middles, no writers' blocks. You'll zoom along to "the end", and enjoy the journey.
Learn how to build a dynamic plot that powers you through your novel, in five lessons that include personal critiques, group lectures and brainstorming sessions on your story. Once you have mastered the techniques presented in Plotting your Romance, you'll never again struggle to make your story jell.
Sign up for Plotting your Romance today. There is a limit on the class size, and places fill quickly -- so don't miss out! This course has been scheduled only this one time for 2004. Click here for more details about the class, and to sign up.
Tracy has been teaching creative writing for over five years at her local community college and on-line. Her comprehensive 10 week Romance Writing course has helped many writers publish their first romance novel, and her weekend seminar How to Promote Your Novel sells out every time it runs.
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