"Who's Afraid of Happy Endings?" is a witty and revealing documentary that offers an insider's view of the billion-dollar romance fiction industry. "Who's Afraid of Happy Endings?" follows the stories of three Canadian romance writers trying to make it big in this extremely competitive world: Kelly Boyce - an aspiring writer is hungry to sell her first book at a major industry conference. Kathryn Smith - an historical romance author, made a leap to the "dark side" of paranormal romance to stand out in a competitive marketplace. Kayla Perrin - a contemporary romance author is eager to break out of the smaller African American market and into the mainstream with a swing to the "steamier side" of erotica. Whisking us to the heart of the romance publishing centres in Toronto and New York to the whirlwind of a romance writers' conference in Reno, "Who's Afraid of Happy Endings?" features interviews with some of the biggest superstars of the romance world.
More than 60 million women do it at least once a week - read romance novels that is!
8 March 2007 (Canada)
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