Friday, March 16, 2012

Adams Media Gets into Romance

Adams Media (better known for quirky non-fiction and "unofficial" spin offs of famous books)  is opening a digital imprint called Crimson Romance for "romantic suspense, contemporary, paranormal, historical, and erotic romance." 

"Our only rule is everyone has to be a consenting adult. Other than that, we’re looking for smart, savvy heroines, fresh voices, and new takes on old favorite themes."

"We are not interested in old-fashioned stories of domineering men."

A.k.a. our only rule is that one member of the romantic unit have a vagina and we have disdain for the genre's 'dominant' trope.

I suspect Adams Media has some things to learn about digital romance.


See also:
Industry Interview – Crimson Romance by Cassiel Knight

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