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    Paranormals everywhere...
    Jayne interviews Berkley Editor Cindy Hwang

    No not that jayne as in dear author... jayne as in Jayne Ann Krentz

    cool... my favorite part is this answer:
    Cindy: Never fear, historical and contemporary romances are alive and well! Not everyone loves paranormal, of course, and in this age of diversity, I think it's more important than ever to give readers a choice. So publishers are still committed to buying and publishing historical romance and contemporary romance (romantic suspense, romantic comedy and contemporary romance). The problem comes when we can't find the quality we're looking for, because writers have decided that these subgenres won't sell and thus are no longer writing in these areas. It is true that for the most part, the historical and contemporary romance market isn't as strong right now as paranormal, but I think we (editors, publishers and readers) have been reading romance long enough to know that everything cycles around, and that as long as good books are being published in these subgenres, there will always be markets for them.

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    1. Nothing about the Westerns though! What about the Westerns?

      By Blogger Kristie (J), at 9/26/2006 09:16:00 AM  

    2. Yeah, what krstie said! What about the westerns??? Give me my dang cowboys.

      By Blogger Beth Williamson, at 9/26/2006 01:22:00 PM  

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