Romances are fun and easy to write. Romance In A Month is a method of writing a romance vel with the help of a community of writers. Our goal is to finish a single plotline romance in a month of writing time. Learn the basics of writing a romance, characterization, plot points, motivation and goals, and how to speed up your writing by using common romance tropes and archetypes. Exercises, slides, and examples are also included to guide you in creating your own unique romance. Form your own group of writers to encourage and pace each other. There's strength in numbers, and this guide book will show you how to successfully and consistently write along with a group. An appendix of romance writing resources includes: tropes events roles occupations how to brainstorm titles a reading list by trope So start your romance writing journey today with this must-have resource guide to write a romance in thirty days.
Rachelle Ayala is a bestselling author of contemporary romance and romantic suspense. Her foremost goal is to take readers on a shared emotional journey with her characters as they grow and become more true to themselves. Rachelle believes in the power of love to overcome obstacles and feels that everyone should find love as often as possible, especially if it's within the pages of a book. Her book, Knowing Vera, won the 2015 Angie Ovation Award, and A Father for Christmas garnered a 2015 Readers' Favorite Gold Award. She is also a writing teacher and founder of the Romance In A Month writing community. She lives in California with her husband and has three children and two birds. Rachelle is an active member of the California Writer's Club, Fremont Chapter, and a volunteer for the World Literary Cafe. She enjoys teaching and taking classes to improve her skills and meet interesting people.