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Wish Granted! Tips, Tools, and Templates to Write a Winning Grant
by Holly Rustick

Kindle Edition published 2017-08-22
Bestseller ranking: 95983

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Grant writing shouldn’t feel like a trip to the dentist. Take the pain out of the process with this innovative and fun, yes fun, guide. Learn all the inside tips and tools of the grant-writing trade in this easy-to-read and upbeat book.
This book is definitely for you if:
•You break out in a cold sweat when your boss mentions the word ‘grant’.
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•You happily tell stakeholders there’s plenty of grants out there … but haven’t the faintest idea how to write and get one!
•You think you can send out a bog-standard letter to a bunch of organizations and get funded.
•Your eyes glaze over when you’re presented with grant writing jargon and acronyms.
•Your organization’s grant success A-game has r...

Author Topic: Quick question about the Romance market  (Read 1486 times)  

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Re: Quick question about the Romance market
« Reply #25 on: July 17, 2017, 01:23:15 PM »
The Contemporary and na romance cats are full of angsty books. They sell big time. If you have limited knowledge of the whole romance genre, I would go and read a few romances and find out more about the genre.

If your book is not focused on the connection and relationship between the main characters and does not have a HEA, then it is probably not a romance.

Here's a few authors who write good angsty romance:

S.C. Stephens
Colleen Hoover
Rebecca Donovan
Jessica Sorensen
Mia Sheridan
Brittany Cherry
K.A. Tucker
Claire Contreras