PRLog - March 29, 2014 - Romance fiction is the hottest-selling genre on Amazon’s Kindle book store. New authors are making a killing. Currently New Adult romance fiction is the hottest selling genre, with some authors making five figures a month. Some authors are making even more.
Hot, Hotter, Hottest: Write Bestselling Kindle Romances
Angela Booth started her writing career writing romance fiction for UK publisher Macdonald-Futura many years ago. In those days, only bestselling authors made decent incomes. Today, even new writers can self-publish easily. The gatekeepers have gone. Angela says: “I’m constantly amazed at the sheer creativity of authors, who not only self-publish in dozens of genres, but can even develop their own genres. I’m thrilled that with hard work, and a little luck, writers can develop strong followings, and sell.”
This week Angela launched new online romance writing class, “Hot, Hotter, Hottest: Write Bestselling Kindle Romances” at http://www.fabfreelancewriting.com/
She also published a series of articles on her Fab Freelance Writing Blog this week to help writers to get started with romance fiction:
“Hot, Hotter, Hottest: Write Bestselling Kindle Romances” is a fun online writing class. Lessons are sent directly to students’ Inboxes, over four weeks. At the end of the four weeks, students receive a free six months’ subscription to “Kindle Romance Writer Weekly”. This weekly magazine is packed with additional writing tips and romance news. Angela shares her on-going research to help writers to self-publish successfully.
About Angela Booth and the Kindle Romance Writing Class
Learn more about the romance writing online class here:
Angela Booth is a top copywriter, and writing teacher. She offers many guides, courses and classes to help writers to enhance their skills, and provides inspiration and motivation for writers on her writing blogs. Angela’s Fab Freelance Writing Blog has helped thousands of writers begin profitable careers since it launched in 2006. New articles for freelancers are published each week.