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Writing Romance
Writing Romance

AIR DATE: February 16, 2011

The book industry is struggling but romance novels are a $1 billion-plus business. More than 70 million people read romance novels last year. And plenty of people want to get into the business. The Romance Writers of America has 10,000 members - published novelists and aspiring writers. We'll talk about writing romance with two Las Vegas novelists.

Tami Cowden, author of "Cruising for Love"
Shannan Albright, author of "Dark Passion Rising: A Dark Breed Novel"

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