Where Have All the Historical Romances Gone? — All About Romance

00d9d-readingIs the genre dying?  What do you think?  The question has been raised.

In the past, I’ve bemoaned a lack of variety in historical romance settings, and we’ve even voted on where readers wanted to see historical set (Result: we like 19th c. England but wouldn’t mind reading about other places and times, too!). However, over the past few years I’ve been seeing change in the historical market overall. Historical romance once dominated the market. When I started reading romance as a 1990s high school student, the vast majority of books out there were historicals – and they were set all over the place. 

Source: Where Have All the Historical Romances Gone? — All About Romance

One thought on “Where Have All the Historical Romances Gone? — All About Romance

  1. IF YOU WANT TO READ A SIZING HISTORICAL 1910 NOVEL WITH A FORBIDDEN LOVE ROMANCE WITH SUSPENSE AND ADVENTURE, YOU WOULD LOVE TO READ “ROOTS OF INDIFFERENCE,” BASED ON A TRUE-FACTS AND ITS CULTURAL HISTORY. THE NOVEL IS SET ON THE SOUTHERN PART OF TEXAS; AN AREA THAT DIVIDES TWO COUNTRIES WITH POLITICAL SUSPENSE AND MYSTERIOUS INTRIGUE. YOU WILL REMEMBER THE LASTING CHARTERS LONG AFTER YOU READ THE BOOK.

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