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Part 2! Romance novel authors and readers bust just some of the myths and misunderstandings about romance novels. Are romance novels easy to write, vapid, mommy porn? Um, no. If you’ve ever heard this podcast, definitely no. But listen on for responses from Tamara Lush, Charish Reid, Megan Erickson, and Rosie Danan.
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More Myths episodes:
- Myths and Misconceptions part 1 (Myths 1-5)
- Myth 6: Bree from Kit Rocha busts “They’re all the same.”
- Myth 7: EE Ottoman busts “They’re by women, for women.”
- Myth 8: Adriana Herrera busts “Feminists don’t read romance.”
The thread that started it all: Myths Twitter Thread from 12/11/19
Myth 9: They’re easy to write and anyone can do it because there’s a formula
Myth Buster: Tamara Lush
Myth 10: They’re unrealistic and vapid
Myth Buster: Charish Reid
Myth contributed by JL Peridot.
031. White Whiskey Bargain by Jodie Slaughter with Charish Reid
Myth 11: Readers read romance just for sex.
Myth Buster: Megan Erickson
Myth contributed by Geri and Chelle de Notte.
035. Megan Erickson, Hope in Dystopia: Guardian by Emmy Chandler
Myth 12: Romance Novels are Mommy Porn
Myth Buster: Rosie Danan