View Post

RWA Member New Releases | February 2018

In Member New Releases, Uncategorised by Web ContentLeave a Comment

With Valentine’s Day approaching, you need a new book boyfriend to go along with your champagne and chocolates. Why not splurge and buy two? Darcy DelanyA List-Less LifeStories with SassPrint Learn More Tania JoyceBoardroom SeductionsGatwickDigital Learn More Annabelle McInnesEternal RefugeEscape PublishingDigital Learn More Joanne DannonFalling for the Best ManClarendon 3 PublishingDigital Learn More Charmaine RossGhost: a Paranormal Ghost Romance: Damned Series Book 1Indie PublishedDigital Learn More Catherine EvansLong GameEscape PublishingDigital Learn More Charmaine RossSoul: a Paranormal Ghost Romance: Damned Series Book 3Indie PublishedDigitalLearn MoreLouisa WestThe Other Mister KnightleyIndie PublishedDigital Learn More Aislinn KearnsUndercover FighterIndie PublishedPrint Learn More Nicole Hurley-MooreWhite Gum …

View Post

RWA Member New Releases | January 2018

In Member New Releases by Web ContentLeave a Comment

These January member releases will help you kick 2018 off to a roaring start! Luna BlueA Better Version of MeLimitless PublishingDigital PrintLearn More Emma C EllisBridesmaid for HireIndie PublishedDigital PrintLearn More Annie WestHot Italian Nights – Six NovellasIndie PublishedDigitalLearn More Anna JacobsOne Kind ManHodder & Stoughton UKDigital PrintLearn More SE GilchristScent of the JaguarIndie PublishedDigitalLearn More Claire BostonThe Dating PhaseSerenity PressDigitalLearn More Heidi CatherineThe SoulweaverCrooked CatDigital PrintLearn More Melanie MilburneA Virgin for a VowHarlequin PresentsDigital PrintLearn More Virginia TaylorGolden OpportunityKensington BooksDigital PrintLearn More Various AuthorsIt Happened One Christmas: A Christmas CollectionAmazonDigitalLearn More Nicki EdwardsOne More SongPan MacmillanDigital PrintLearn More Claire …

View Post

October OWL | Getting the ship moving with Sara Hood

In OWLS by RWA Web AdminLeave a Comment

SARA HOOD – GETTING THE SHIP MOVING  (7 steps to the best marketing plan ever!) Baffled about how to start your book marketing? Or looking to turbo charge your early stage (or early-ish)book marketing?  This online workshop is for you. We’ll go through 7 simple, proven steps to create a book marketing plan that is easy to create, easy to implement and won’t break the bank.  It will be the foundation for the rest of your career as a writer. And also solves the eternal problem of ‘what do I write about?’ on social media! Yay! Using a learn-at-your-leisure format, there is …

View Post

October OWL | Resolution and the HEA with Rachel Bailey

In OWLS by Web Content1 Comment

As Mickey Spillane said, “The first page sells your book. The last page sells your next book.” Readers might love your opening, but when they’ve finished reading your book, it’s the ending they’ll remember. So, how powerful is your story’s resolution and HEA? This workshop, “Resolution and the HEA: Make Them Cry & Leave Them Smiling” will show you practical ways to increase the impact of your final scenes so readers will be keen to buy your next book. About the Presenter Rachel Bailey developed a serious book addiction at a young age (via Peter Rabbit and Jemima PuddleDuck) and has never recovered. …

View Post

September OWL | Simply Synopsis with Michelle Somers

In OWLS by Web ContentLeave a Comment

With special focus on romance, you will learn how to simply and succinctly construct an engaging and fresh synopsis that contains all vital information while hooking the reader, maintaining tension and emotion. The course will run over 4 weeks. Over the course of these weeks, we’ll break down the key components of the synopsis and we’ll spend each week structuring and refining each component, by working through exercises, then posting and critiquing. Feedback will be given by the group as a whole, as well as by the presenter. This way, the group will learn how to analyse a synopsis and …

View Post

September OWL | Craft 101: Back to Basics with Anita Joy

In OWLS by Web ContentLeave a Comment

Writing is a craft, not a gift. It can be learned and perfected with practice. In an industry where we’re constantly reminded of the importance of having a fresh and unique voice it’s easy for new writers to persuade themselves that their innate writing voice (and enthusiasm) will be enough to draw an editor’s interest. But getting the craft right matters. Problem is: how do you know what you don’t know? Craft 101: Back to Basics will provide a broad overview of the key craft elements of fiction writing and cover a number of common craft terms and concepts—point-of-view, voice, …