Love Writing | Book Review

Love Writing

Title: Love Writing: How To Make Money Writing Romantic or Erotic Fiction
Author: Sue Moorcroft
Genre: Non-Fiction
Publisher: Accent Press Ltd (4 Jan 2010)


This book holds the secrets of how to achieve success. Love and sex sell and you can earn your living writing about them for novels, novellas and short stories as well as serials for magazines, anthologies and websites. Romantic fiction covers everything from chart-topping chick lit and romantic comedies, through gritty sagas, sweeping historicals and smouldering erotica. In this must-have book fiction writer and creative writing tutor Sue Moorcroft draws on her own experience and those of top authors and industry experts in a guide which is humorous and informative. Do you want to know how to create emotional punch? (Or even what emotional punch is?) How to control dual time lines? Spring your work out of the slush pile? Write a tender love scene that excites passion rather than hilarity? This book reveals all.


Love Writing is full of useful information about writing your book from characters, heroes, plots it also has the all-important information about how to market and sell your book. Sue Moorcroft writes this very well, she is witty which makes the reading easier.
I found this book very useful and I would definitely recommend it to those wanting to write a romance or erotic book.

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I received this book for free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.


  1. says

    This is certainly an intriguing book. I suppose I wouldn’t read it, but then again, maybe I would. After all, I’d like to publish a book one day.

  2. Jacinta Zechariah says

    This sounds like a great read. Who knows – I might be inspired to write a romance novel soon!!

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