Part One: The Business of Romance
One: Who Needs an Agent, Anyway?
Two: The Life and Times of a Manuscript
Three: Between Publishers and Bookstore
Four: How to Handle Publicity
Five: The Importance of Networking
Part Two: General Information
Six: What Are Romance Novels and Who Reads Them?
Seven: The Role of the Romance Novel
Eight: Romance---A Woman's Intricate Journey
Nine: Writing With Passion
Ten: Writing With a Partner
Eleven: How Selling a Book Changes Your Life
Part Three: The Craft
Twelve: Researching Historical Facts
Thirteen: Point of View---His? Hers? How Many?
Fourteen: Aiming for the Goal
Fifteen: The Art of Keeping the Reader Reading
Sixteen: Secrets for Creating a Best-Selling Romance
Part Four: Spotlight On....
Seventeen: Writing the Short Contemporary Romance
Eighteen: The Regency Romance
Nineteen: Paranormal Romance: Time Travel, Vampires, and Everything Beyond
Twenty: Elements of Romantic Suspense
Twenty-One: The Medieval Maiden
Twenty-Two: Writing the Historical---Then and Now
Twenty-Three: Writing the Young Adult Romance
Twenty-Four: Long Contemporary---Indians Without Cowboys
Twenty-Five: Mainstream: It's Not Just a Longer Category