Cathryn Hein has a knack for spinning a yarn, with her latest novel Eddie and The Show Queen a charming rural romance that will make you smile.
By Kenny Raine, RWA Professional Development Learn how to manage this challenging part of your writing life by taking part in RWA’s first ever webinar for members, developed in response to a recent RWA Facebook conversation about imposter syndrome’s crippling effects.
Are you sick of getting rejections from traditional publishers? Sign up for the OWL and learn how to self-publish in 5 easy steps with experienced trainer Cathleen Ross.
Active vs. passive voice is one of those concepts that seems to confound many writers. We think we’re writing actively, that it’s clear our characters are doing what they’re doing, but often we’re not.
The warm weather is finally here, and there is no better way to celebrate than with our Member’s New Releases.
We are very excited to introduce RWA’s Fremantle 2020 conference attendees to author Heather Graham, who will be flying over from the US to present a keynote address and a workshop entitled What We Do with Words at conference. Heather answers Michelle Diener’s questions on the genres she writes and more.
The RWA Member New Releases for October 2019
Welcome author Wendy Davies! Wendy is an award winning story teller of contemporary small-town romance. She joins us today to tell us about three things she learned while writing ‘Good Enough for Love’ .
Feeling rejected? You’re in good company. Whether your passion is genre fiction, children’s books, poetry or literature, you’ll recognise the names of some of the brilliant authors listed below who were all rejected by one publisher or another.
Sydney-sider Emily Madden’s newest release, Heart of the Cross, is stealing hearts across Australia, with rich, relatable characters and well-woven plots. The dual timeline tale opens in Ireland before moving to the bustling Kings Cross district in Sydney, where lead character Rosie Hart finds herself in strife. Neither her husband or her new life in Australia match her expectations, and she soon discovers her flamboyant neighbours care for her more than the man she married.