By Gabrielle Frank
Ever dreamt of quitting your job and getting paid to write steamy romance novels? Well, you might actually be able to make that fantasy come true. Sales of erotica and romance are sky-high - the latest figures claim the genre makes around $1.36 billion a year! - and nearly 10,000 romance books were published in 2010 alone. So we got the long-time queen of women's lit, Barbara Taylor Bradford, to spill her success secrets. Considering she just published her 27th book, Playing the Game, which is as un-put-down-able as her first, the woman clearly knows what she's talking about. Read on and you just might see your book at the top of the best-seller list.
Q: You've written so many books, nearly one a year for over two decades. Where do you continue to find new, fresh ideas for the plots?
A: I find plot ideas just by keeping my eyes open. One day, I saw this blonde-haired, blue-eyed woman walking somewhere, and I started thinking about what her story wasRead More »from Want To Write A Best Seller? Read This!