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Love Between the Covers

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Romance fiction is the behemoth of the publishing industry; it outsells mystery, sci-fi, and fantasy combined. Yet no filmmaker has ever taken an honest look at the global community romance writers and readers have built - until now. This funny and inspiring look into a billion-dollar industry turns up trailblazers who've found fortunes and fulfillment in romance, who are on the front lines of a revolutionary power shift in publishing. Creating online empires and inventing new markets are authors like Beverly Jenkins, a pioneer of African American romance, Eloisa James, Shakespeare professor and romance rockstar, Len Barot, surgeon and lesbian romance legend, and the incomparable Nora Roberts. For three ...

  • DirectorLaurie Kahn
  • Runtime: 1 hr 25 min
  • StudioThe Orchard
  • QualityHD

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