L O G O S Love makes the world go round (?): The romantic novel as a publishing phenomenon Frances Whitehead After reading EngUsh at Oxford, Frances Whitehead quahfied as a professional Ubrarian with an M A thesis on popular fiction in the UK's public libraries. She joined Mills & Boon, where she is now Editorial Director, in 1 9 7 6 . Whitehead writes and leC' tures widely on mass'inarket fic' tion, has run a series of seminars on writing romantic fiction at the London Book Fair and is co- author of a tape for would'be writers called " A n d then he kissed h e r . . . " . T h e origins of t h e r o m a n t i c n o v e l are lost in t h e mists of time and folklore. T h e typical fairy tale has a happy e n d i n g - poor C i n d e r e l l a marrying her wealthy and dashing prince is entirely t h e stuff of r o m a n t i c fiction. In t h
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