The Five Top Author Blogs in Romance That You Need to Check Out
If you’re a budding romance author looking for inspiration, there are lots of fantastic blogs out there to help you get past any writer’s block or shake in confidence. As there are so many to choose from, here are some great ones to get you started!
1. Writers Helping Writers
Written by Angela Ackerman this blog gives superb advice for writers on how to construct believable storylines, characters your readers can empathise with, and relationships that all your readers will be rooting for. There really is no substitute for first-hand experience, so make this blog your go to in times of crisis through the writing process!
2. The Creative Penn
Joanna Penn has created the perfect place to go for advice on creating your hero characters, but she also gives advice on book marketing and lots of other pertinent topics for budding authors.
3. Romance Divas
This is the place to go for excellent insights into the writing process from other established authors. If you have a conundrum that you need another author’s help solving, go to the forum and ask the community of authors for their help and expertise. This is such a great resource as it brings together aspiring writers with more established authors to help you to realise your potential as an author.
4. The Romance Studio
This site is designed for all romantic fiction authors and can be a great resource for writers looking for advertising services or the latest industry news. A true all-in-one resource, this should be on your list of places to go for the most up-to-date advice and practical resources for becoming a romance writer.
Finally, we have Harlequin – go behind the scenes with your favorite romance authors, see the latest updates and releases from the authors you love, and learn about their personal stories and how they have overcome the same challenges every author faces.
I hope this gives you a good place to start when looking for help as an author in the romance world. All of these resources are designed specifically for romance authors, making their advice tailored to you.
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