Thursday, May 14, 2015

The Love Plot by Katherine King

I'm back again with another recommendation from my recently read list. I read a ton of non-fiction, specifically writing guides. The ones I find helpful, I shelve in my writing library. I'm always happy to recommend a good writing guide, and this is one of them.

I've had a hard time finding writing guides that delve very deeply into the crafting of category romance novels. This one does (although it also works for other types of romance), so The Love Plot gets a big thumbs up from me. If you're interested in writing category romance, this book digs deeper than most.  Check out the blurb...

The Love Plot (How to Plot Your Romance Novel) by Katherine King

Romance novels are a labor of love. But writing your book doesn't have to be laborious. Don't reinvent the wheel-- or the plot outline. The elements you need to get plotting and get writing are at your fingertips. Learn how to structure your book with the pivotal and connective scenes listed in the worksheets that get to the heart of the matter: the buildable plot.

Whether you're writing category romance or romance in general, The Love Plot can get you from the blank screen to the last page. Which is just what you need. No fuss, no frills, no filler. And that's just write. 

So grab your pen and create something your readers will love!

I highy recommend this book for aspiring authors looking for help crafting a category romance. I'm linking to both editions of the book, because I read the Kindle version through Kindle Unlimited first, then went back and bought a paperback copy.

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