Every writer craves that high concept idea that leads to the breakout book, or in this case breakout series. For Lyssa Kay Adams, it came from that joke women often make about wishing their male partners read romance—and a moment in 2016 when she “just wanted to live in a world full of men who get it.” She created The Bromance Book Club
, about a group of men who read romance to understand their relationships and their partners. That became her first novel, quickly followed by Undercover Bromance
and Crazy Stupid Bromance
, and we three have read and loved them all. We talk indie v. trad, breaking out, building a series, writing diverse worlds and more.
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