Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
This documentary covers the 1983 Romantic Book Lovers Conference and the writers who contribute to the 120 to 150 new monthly entrees. With over 20 million readers, the giant industry is led by writers Barbara Cartland, Rosemary Rogers, Janet Dailey and others. Along with editors and reporters, the terminally irritating reporter E. Jean Carroll points out valid reasons why romance novels are so popular.
conference, fiction, industry, novel, romance, sex