Writing romantic fiction: The Write Lines

One of the UK’s most experienced and well known broadcasters, Sue Cook, brought her radio programme The Write Lines online for some exclusive shows to tie in with National Short Story Week in 2012. Sue interviews a host of writers about the short story form, their favourite short stories and their own short story collections. They also share of wealth of tips and advice about writing for profit and pleasure. The programmes are also available by podcast, from www.thewritelines.co.uk, and other selected websites.

Writing romantic and women’s fiction
Writing tips for romantic and women’s fiction

Hear writing tips on writing romantic fiction and women’s fiction from the experts as Sue Cook hosts this lively and interesting panel discussion with award-winning romantic fiction writers.

The guests discuss the definition of women’s fiction and what makes good women’s and romantic fiction. They give a wealth of valuable tips for those wanting to break into the genre, including how to crack the women’s interest magazine short story market, what makes a good heroine and how to choose your characters’ names. A lively programme full of anecdotes and advice for budding women’s fiction writers.

The Write Lines: writing tips for writing romantic fiction, and discussion, with Rowan Coleman (Lessons in Laughing Out Loud, Arrow), Sophie King (The Wedding Party, Hodder) and Sue Moorcroft (Love and Freedom, Choclit).

Hear the other programmes in this series of The Write Lines:

Programme 1 Writing short stories
Programme 3 Writing children’s fiction

 

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