It being Queer Romance Month, I decided to answer a question a reader posed to me some time back.
What is the difference between MM Romance and Gay Contemporary Romance?
Here are a couple of formulas to answer the question.
a + b = HEA
Gay Contemporary Romance:
eix = cos x + i sin x = HEA (maybe, but not always – particularly if the variables are off or your imaginary numbers aren’t squared).
*Bonus points if you recognize the GCR formula.
*Major points deducted from your final score if you came to the erroneous conclusion that writing MM Romance is ‘easier’.
I hope that clarified things for you.