As well as a medical degree and pathology training, Welsh-born Kiwi author, JC Harroway, writes novels that’ll quickly warm up your winter. A dedicated bookworm, Jo ensures she reads every day, and her Instagram account is always overflowing with creative projects that make me want to pick up an embroidery hoop, buy a set of crochet hooks and dust off my rolling pin (though the latter never needs much encouragement). Jo also works part time for the Breast Cancer Foundation, is an Autism mum of an eighteen-year-old son, and has a soft spot for reality TV dating shows.
Welcome back to comfort reads! Were in the last few days of Autumn heading into Winter. Get ready to snuggle up! Today, we’re joind by RWA member Jodi Gibson. Jodi writes contemporary women’s fiction with all the feels. You know exactly the kind, fantastic for a cosy read on a cold day—stories that will make you laugh, cry, hope and despair all in one sitting. Welcome Jodi!
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Welcome back to comfort reads! After Anzac Day the weather has finally turned to rain, and its time to really snuggle down in our comfy spot with our favourite book. And speaking of snuggling, today, we’re joind by RWA member Liv Arnold. Liv writes fun-filled sexy romance fiction and her latest release is ‘Etched in Stone’, which is receiving rave reviews. Welcome Liv!
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Welcome author Cassie Hamer! Cassie’s love of words turned into a career in television journalism, and now a best selling author after the release of her debut novel ‘After the Party’. Cassie joins us today to tell us about three things she learned while writing her new release ‘The End of Cuthbert Close’.
Lisa Ireland’s sixth novel – The Secret Life of Shirley Sullivan – will be released by Penguin Random House on April 28. The story opens with Shirley Sullivan plotting to ‘rescue’ her husband Frank from an old folk’s home. A dual narrative comes into play, giving readers an insight into the enduring relationship between Shirley and Frank, and the many challenges and heart-aches they faced together, both in the past and in the present.
Welcome back to comfort reads! The weather is starting to turn and out come the long sleeves and pants and of course our cosy blankets – perfect for cuddling up in a comfy spot to read our favourite book. Whilst you’re nestling in today, we’re joind by RWA member EJ Dawson. EJ writes sci-fi action romance and fantasy fiction and is gearing up for her next release in her ‘Queen of Spades’ trilogy. Welcome EJ!
It’s a scary place out in the world right now. So much craziness and uncertainty, with restrictions on where we can go, what we can do, who we can meet and even what we can buy. Choice has been snatched from our hands with very little notice, and even less regard for our feelings. With these limitations governing our every move, a feeling of powerlessness can begin to set in. So, how to take back our power? I say, through our writing. This is the one place we are boss. The one place we can make decisions, stretch the boundaries, …
When we think of a protagonist and their first kiss with their love interest, what we expect is romantic tension, that push-push, pull-pull, pull-push feeling. You know the one, the barely there kiss, the surprise kiss, the mistaken kiss, the heartfelt kiss, the angry kiss, all depending on the set up the author has given us. What the first kiss does is make us want more- prepare us for what is to come and make us cheer for the characters, the story and for many more kisses! The First Kiss Competition is an opportunity for authors to showcase that romantic …